Can someone explain to me why the question Can the use of OPKG on ZyXEL Keenetic Ultra II cause damage to the firmware or its incorrect operation? is opinion-based?
I really don't understand people who think that questions about vulnerability (security and stability issues) are based on opinion. As if, there is a vulnerability or not, depends on my (or another) opinion. If this were really the case, I would be the master of reality and certainly not ask questions to other people.
I am very surprised that such obvious things are not obvious to people capable of closing questions. I'd really like to know why do they think that my question is opinion-based?
P.S. It would be very ironic if this question on Meta was closed with the note opinion-based.
And this question still remains relevant. I, like other Q&A participants, still do not understand what needs to be improved in the question. I do not know what needs to be improved and I am editing the structure of the question so that it is certainly clearer to anyone that it is not based on opinion.
At the same time, others who also do not know what to improve, see that nothing has changed in the very essence and do not open a question marked "the original close reason is not solved". A vicious circle.
Maybe the moderators can finally solve this? They're here for some reason, aren't they?