I am referring to this question:
The way faq mentions -
avoid asking subjective questions where …
* your answer is provided along with the question ...
This question is basically in the form:
*I think networking is about breadth - tell me what you think. And even more importantly, please supply research backed up material to prove me wrong! (Where as OP himself has never cited any research!)
Please Note: I have no problem with this question (i have not put any close flag and have up voted also) - as i am finding something to learn.
However, it is important to realize that there are quite a few discussion we have where people have gone nitpicking every word and how things are phrased to classify as constructive not-constructive, shouldn't we classify this question as well as Not-constructive?
Isn't this question really open-ended and vouch only for the opinion where either answer could just be right?
The question also refers to terms including: "connections", "breadth" "depth", "relationships", "executing a networking strategy" "productive" in the context of networking.
These are clearly undefined and are subject to interpretation.