I got audited and failed and now I'm mad because I think I was right!
But seriously, if a riddle has attracted 6 answers that explain all the lines in the riddle, how is that riddle not 'too broad'?
Am I misunderstanding 'too broad' in this context?
I noticed that when reviewing re-open votes we are not shown the answers that have been suggested. As I'm not very good at solving riddles I decided to have a look at the question to see if it gave rise to lots of possible solutions. I supposed this could be considered 'cheating' in the context of the review process, I thought it was the easiest way to see if the riddle really was 'too broad'.
Given that all of the answers seemed to fit the riddle (the questioner had commented on some of the 'wrong' answers saying that they seem to fit) and the definition in the help centre of 'too board' is...
if your question could be answered by an entire book, or has many valid answers, it's probably too broad for our format
...where is the boundary between okay and 'too broad'?
So when do you think a question that has been closed as 'too broad' should be re-opened?