Maybe nobody here can answer. That's fine. Just because the question is hard doesn't mean it won't be useful to someone in the future if it can be answered.
The Long Tail
As we grow, these sorts of questions (and the experts who can answer long-tail questions) should increase if we want to remain a good resource. Deleting these questions now because they are too specific does us no good.
Unanswered is Okay
So maybe none of us works for Disney and can't give a good answer to the question. Maybe we all are stumped by the question and can't give any real advice. That's fine. Unanswered questions don't cause any harm to the system. Most sites don't have a 100% answered rate. If we do, I'd say we aren't challenging ourselves accepting good (but obscure) questions.
But it looks like some of us can actually give it a shot. It looks like Chad has a good grasp on this. With a bit of Google elbow-grease and a bit of effort, he may be able to put together a comprehensive answer (with sources!) explaining how recruiting works for Disney, which may help out hundreds or thousands of future visitors who are looking for that resource.
Don't Worry about Clutter
"But jmac!" I hear you cry, "our gorgeous clean site without blemish will be cluttered by overly specific garbage questions!" Fear not. There are systems in place to handle that:
- If a question has a negative score, it will be auto-deleted in 30 days
- If a question has no answers, no score, less than 1.5 views/day on average, and less than two comments it will be deleted in a year
These will be cleaned up if they are just too niche for our userbase. And that's fine! But if someone comes along who can answer it, that is a great way to grow experts for our community in the future.
This does not mean that we should encourage people to include a specific company. This doesn't mean we shouldn't focus on questions being made broad and applicable to more people when possible. It just means that if something really is different and a long-tail question, we shouldn't close it just because we can't answer it.
Keep good questions, even if super-specific.
Edit mediocre questions, to make them in to good questions.
Close bad questions, because they provide no value.