Yesterday I asked a question that meets the on-topic requirements of this site. I did my research, and I asked an answerable question. A very good answer (+95), based on facts and logic was given, proving the question is answerable.
Why on Earth would this question be closed? There are 4 close votes on the question now. Sure, I already got the answer to my question, but after I contribute a good question, and it's received well by the programming community, I take it personally that 5 incorrect users may close my question after 75 other users vote that it's a good, valid programming question.
I've asked 14 questions on this site, none of which have a negative net vote count at the time of this post, with an average of 14 positive votes per question asked. In other words, I try hard to ask good programming questions here. However, I dislike the way certain users here vote to close every question that they personally don't like, regardless of whether it's actually on topic for the site or not. Subsequently, those same high rep users are likely the most active on meta, so I won't be surprised if this meta post receives down-votes quickly.
If this question is wrongly closed, I will no longer contribute my questions to this site. That's all I have to say. Retrospectively, this is extreme, but this is not the first time I've run into such things on Programmers SE.