Currently, when flagging or voting to close a question as off-topic, you see two options:
This question was caused by a problem that can no longer be reproduced or a simple typographical error. While similar questions may be on-topic here, this one was resolved in a manner unlikely to help future readers.
Other (if you have vote to close privileges) or Blatantly off-topic (if you have flagging privileges)
Since the only 'canned' reason is for typographical errors, it becomes very tedious to vote to close off-topic questions that are simply not about DevOps.
I propose a new custom off-topic reason:
Ideally, I'd prefer linking to the help center or some on-site documentation instead of Wikipedia, but we haven't really got a comprehensive page that documents this site's scope yet.
Although there is some benefit in forcing all closures to use 'Other' (i.e. each asker gets some advice tailored to them about how to improve their question), it does take a lot more time to write a comment, and having a detailed 'canned' reason would be useful.
Any thoughts? My proposal for the wording is just a draft, and I'd happily settle for anything to that effect—I'd mainly like feedback on whether anyone else would find a new close reason helpful.