Currently, most of questions here are very general. It also reflects in upvotes per question (which is very, very high, compared to any other SE site I know.)
It is good that we are able to produce high-quality content, appealing to a broad audience.
But... maybe it means that we are too unforgiving for valuable, but localized, questions?
Sure, some localized advice questions are hard to answer (because they are too subjective, or requires additional knowledge, or can't be answered with anything better that "check department website, and if it is not there - make a phone call"). But others may be valuable (even if only for a dozen of people).
And more importantly, restricting ourselves to only broad may lead to an end.
Related to: Why aren't more questions being asked?