We have 3 off topic close reasons: the defaults (migration, "off topic as described in the help center" and other). Great.
But, some new users might try to ask questions that have nothing to do with Computer Science Education. To use Stack Overflow's wording:
Blatantly Off topic
I am talking about this one.
To save you the bother of going to the link, here's the entire content of the question:
can you help me
The codes I wrote do not work
Mighty informative, ain't it?.
Jokes aside, this is clearly blatantly off topic, unclear and too broad, all at once.
So: How should we go about adding off topic close reasons? I assume Moderators are the ones who actually do it, but I am wondering if we should add a "Blatantly off topic". It doesn't belong anywhere in SE.
What are the thoughts about adding this close reason? If I remember correctly, there have been 2 more questions that were blatantly off topic. They got closed using the second reason out of the three.
UPDATE: While I was
ranting writing this post, the owner asked me how to delete the question. I told them. This doesn't mean we shouldn't prepare for more questions such as this one.
(Maybe OP responded to my tip to read the [tour]. Yay!)