I posted a question yesterday: Why does the Department of Mysteries keep prophecies?
And somebody dropped a comment saying
"I can't understand why people ask topics here that are not even significant"
and then I replied with
"if so, can you give me the details what's significant for you and what's significant for others? I assumed this site is for asking questions passing the guidelines and are on-topic and not what interest all users in here. That's a pretty hard thing for me to do."
I won't be able to post the actual comment because the user had deleted their comment.
It disappointed me that somebody would say "hey what kind of post is that? It isn't interesting at all!"
What I thought is that I just need to follow the guidelines in posting a question here. On-topic, duplicate avoidance, not opinion-based, and so on and so forth. But is getting the interest of all the users here also in the guidelines? Are significant questions for some allowed and significant questions for me and for some others not allowed? That's what disappointed me.
Maybe some will tell me this is just a small matter but I want to know if it is necessary to post a question that's important for all of the users here. Maybe some of you will give me advice. Do I need to get the interest of all people here before I ask a question?