I've noticed something with certain questions of ours. These questions, while certainly "real problems", are generally too localized or not constructive as questions, so we can't really leave them open. They might be interesting discussions, but they're probably not going to be helpful to others searching for similar, but different, situations. Questions need answers that are applicable to a broad audience.
Common symptoms include extended comment discussions and the asker already knowing what they need to do. Comments being used like that is a bad sign; questions are not for "advice" or reassurance so much as solutions. However, we have a great platform for simple advice, reassurance or just sharing war stories: Chat.
We have a lovely Chat room for everyone to discuss matters serious or trivial. Don't forget about it, there's a link at the top of every page on The Workplace and Meta as well. If you have at least 20 reputation you're allowed to talk in chat (even without 20 rep you can read chat).
If you're trying to work out a problem but you don't think it quite matches the quality standards in our FAQ, consider asking in Chat. We can bounce back ideas, give some advice or help you phrase your question constructively.