I have a question about my Raspberry Pi Stack Exchange post: Multiple HDDs with Orange Pi NAS Expansion Board?
I posted a question earlier today, and it soon got closed by a moderator. This is what he said-
"Note that even if you tweaked this to focus on the Pi, shopping requests are still off-topic here. Questions such as "what operating system to use for an NAS" are primarily opinion based, which does not our Q&A format (so off topic again). Objective questions such as "Can I use Acme OS to create an NAS with a Raspberry Pi?" are fine." – goldilocks♦ 3 hours ago
He also sent this link- https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/help/on-topic
My question follows the rules in this though. I copied the following from that link. Words in bold are added by me.
If your question is about: Raspberry Pi hardware, including GPIO and other related electronics. The first part of the question is just asking if certain adapters will work with a Orange Pi, which is basically an off brand Raspberry Pi. That part of the question falls under this. Raspberry Pi peripherals. Software specific to the Raspberry Pi. Operating Systems built for the Raspberry Pi. The second part of my question falls under this. All I am asking is, would a operating system made specifically for a NAS, or a normal operating system such as Linux or Ubuntu be better? Or would both work just as well? Materials published or provided by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. … then you’re in the right place to ask your question!
But please note that the following is off topic Raspberry Pi orders or delivery. Asking for specific purchasing recommendations: This refers to questions such as, "What power supply should I buy?" (= off-topic). However, if you have a specific product and you want to know if it is suitable for a specific purpose ("Is this power supply okay for a Pi Zero W?"), that's fine. Asking what to look for in a kind of product is also fine ("What is the minimum amperage power supply I can use with the Pi 3?"). Asking for references to online material (use a search engine, and if that does not work, ask about the issue directly). Raspberry Pi accessories relating exclusively to appearance (such as cases). Questions directly related to Linux/Unix issues. Please use the Unix & Linux Exchange. General programming questions, e.g., "How do I implement a keyboard interrupt in python?". These will be better off on Software Engineering or Stack Overflow.
And that is all of my question. How should I get it reopened? I already reported the comment saying why they closed it. I need an answer ASAP. Should I repost the question and include a link to this, or would that get me kicked out of Stack Exchange? Thanks!