The community has recently put the question Post-doc priorities: “Laundry list” vs. “Research trumps all” on hold. The given reason was that the question depends strongly on individual factors. Other commenters have argued that "Too Broad" and "Opinion Based" could also apply.
If I am being honest, I don't see it. The question lists a few conflicting advises that are generally given, and asks for a strategy how one generally selects between them. Notably, the question does not follow the pattern of "here is a bunch of facts about me, now tell me what to do", which is the standard format of questions we usually close as based on individual factors.
To me, this is a typical Academia.SE question, for better or for worse. Yes, it is somewhat opinion-based. Yes, it is a little broad. But I think it is important, well within our usual range, and actually fairly answerable (I tried to give it a shot, but I would love if others could answer as well).
If we start being that strict about opinion-based and broad, I am afraid we will end up with very little answerable questions. Is the postdoc priorities question really qualitatively different than this recent question, or that recent question, or the following recent question?