Just read this question, What kind of tools would I need to analyze 1000BASE-T/gigabit ethernet waveforms?, but was disappointed that it was marked as off-topic. I was interested in hearing what the experts had to say about it.
Someone suggested that a small change in title would make the question on-topic again. Well, I just did that, and am now waiting for the reviewers to approve it. I really hope they do.
So, my question is: Why not edit the question to make it on-topic instead of voting to close it? Is there a badge for closing questions that may be driving this behaviour? It's just too bad if there's pressure to get good questions like that off the site.