WSL2 duplicated terminal was Mod-closed as "Needs clarity or details", but even as originally written it was (again) quite understandable to me. It definitely had two problems:
The new user made a simple Markdown formatting error in that only one line break was placed between paragraphs rather than two. You can see this in the (almost identical) side-by-side edit on Revision 2 that I made.
The grammar is poor, but not unreadable. Clearly the user is not a native-English speaker, and that should be okay here -- We don't all have that luxury. The community can assist with grammar clean-up, and hopefully help the user improve through the process.
I have not yet had a chance to clean up the grammar myself, but I will. However, with the addition of the paragraph breaks, the question should at least be understandable by a casual reader. Would the question simply have been closed for the grammar you see in Revision #2? Not typically, I wouldn't think.
Perhaps I'm missing some other reason why someone would VTC this as unclear, but again, if the question as-written is understandable (and answerable by) a subject-matter-expect on the topic, it's not unclear.
So should the question have been force-closed for such a simple and easily correctable formatting error and poor grammar? Are these truly valid close-reasons (let alone Mod-close reasons)?
I've made excuses for mods here before in assuming that they have a lot to review and can't spend time editing-to-improve, but (a) I've been told by one of the mods in chat that this isn't really the case -- They are not overwhelmed and have time to help, and (b) it took less than 5 seconds to fix the formatting issue.
Isn't closing a question (especially Mod-closing) supposed to be reserved for those that aren't salvageable by the community? Shouldn't a Mod give the community a chance to review and fix those that are easily correctable (if not fix them themselves)?
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