The question How can I figure out if programming is right for me? was closed as too localized.
I disagree with the closure since I think it is definitely not a question that is localized to the OP only. This is a question that many programmers consider at one point or another during their careers, and I think it is a good one for the site (it has over 11K views in just a few days).
I also don't think it's overly broad because there are a few key things you should ask yourself when considering if programming is right for you, and think it is definitely something that we can supply a good answer to.
So with that said, what about the question makes it "too localized", and what can we do to fix it to get the question reopened?
It should be noted that some of the close votes occurred before I edited the question the first time to make it a good fit for the site, and I suspect some of the other close votes occurred after a different edit which I think did make the question too localized since it changed the question to be "How can I know if programming is right for me", which is something we can't answer. We can supply the OP with questions he can ask himself to make his own decision on if programming is right for him, but we can't tell him how to know if programming is right for him without knowing him personally.
It already has 3 reopen votes, so perhaps nothing needs to be done afterall except to attract more reopen votes, but if this is not the case then please let me know what I can do to make the question a good fit for this site and get it reopened.