I failed a review audit for Cleanest way to report errors in Haskell. I responded by voting to close it as "primarily opinion based." I understand that answering an occasional review incorrectly will not hurt, that is not my concern.
Am I out of line for believing that question should be closed as being primarily opinion-based, despite the seven upvotes? The asker outlines three different ways to deal with errors, and basically asks "what would you do?"