Please check the question. Software developer work day productivity: Is there an ideal code editor usage percentage? After initially getting a good response, the question got targeted and closed as off topic by 5 users/moderators. If you check the answers and comments on the question, there are many experienced stack exchange users who didn't mentioned or pointed anything wrong with the question. It has got fairly good answers and caught interest of many people. I believe there's a system to vote for re opening it. Please do so if you believe it is closed unfairly. Thanks
I wasn't one of the users who voted to close - although I can see why they might have done. The subject of the post asks a fairly specific question about a very specific metric - and frankly it's going to be difficult to answer that question without a great deal of information about the developer's workload, what technologies they work in etc. And even if you got there it's not even a particularly useful metric.
The body of the post however seems to be skirting around a more workplace SE-centric goal of how to push back on management expectations that seem a little arbitrary and generally unreasonable. Your opinion clearly is that they are unreasonable (and FWIW I agree with you, as I think most people interacting with the question did too) but I think you might be better off asking how to push back on that unreasonableness rather then just asking if we all agree with you.
I think if the question were re-focused to make a clear goal of pushing back on these metrics and asking how to go about doing that it would be on topic here.