The question in reference is here: Where can I find a truly comprehensive list of all Chrome (Dev 10.20.5005.8) internals pages?
I'm not too bothered by it being closed, but I'm genuinely confused as to why it is considered "opinion-based"? For it's initial closure, I can understand the reasoning at that time: since Chrome constantly receives updates, the answer would quickly become obsolete as updates are rolled out and internals are changed.
However, the question was edited to reference a specific version; there will only ever be one "snapshot" of that version, and it's code (which is open-source, as the differences between the proprietary Chrome backend and Chromium do not, AFAIK, include internal pages) won't ever change. Presumably, it stands to reason that only one finite set of internal pages exists, i.e., there is only one correct answer and it is not open to interpretation or debate, and it can be definitively enumerated as the source code is accessible to the public.