A question of mine was recently closed as 'off topic'.
There was no message left explaining the reason, and it is not as obvious to me as it apparently was to those closing it.
I initially posted this question on SO, then realized it was the wrong place to ask and deleted my question to re-post it on Programmers, as I was sure this place was fitting. Even more surprising came the quick close.
It should be obvious to anyone thinking about the question for a second that this is related to programming. The all people - all careers - all programmers - only me point also does not apply here. The question is not too localized, too. I was left in confusion.
That's why I would love to see a comment explaining the reason to close. I do consider it pretty rude to simply close the question without any remark and leave me standing as an idiot. This has actually been discussed a LOT on meta.so and the consensus was to have the mods close as they believe is fit (which is very good and I'm perfectly fine with that) and add a quick message explaining the reason (which was not the case here).
In this case (and more than enough other cases I experienced) a politely helpful (and as per the meta discussion, "suggested to exist") comment regarding close reason was not given. Please make adding a comment on closing questions a requirement. It is not as blatantly obvious to others as to you.
This carries additional weight on this site because apparently a lot of questions get closed, and I'm sure everyone gets bored of the often ensuing discussions on meta.
(I'm going to tag this 'discussion' because I also asked about a specific question, though feature-request might be more fitting? I'm not sure, please feel free to re-tag.)