I thought I definitely agreed with the Subjective Questions Guidelines, and it made sense to me to close those which did not reach a score of at least 4/6. It seems, though, that my interpretation of the guidelines was somewhat flawed.
I'm asking now after a specific case, and the question - er - in question was mine, but please grant me enough trust not to assume I'm not impartial in judgement. I really love this place, although I'm kind of a newbie, and I want to play it by the rules - and to do so, I need to know them first.
So, this is the question. I added a self-evaluation post-scriptum about the guidelines, too, before posting. Nevertheless, I got some downvotes for not abiding to them, and one person - with a way higher reputation and experience here than mine - also made me notice which points my question supposedly didn't respect.
Problem is: I disagree, and I think the reasons are clear, so there could be something I'm missing.
So, could you please tell me what I fail to understand in the guidelines implications, if I fail to understand something? I know it's an effort, but it would be really helpful for me.