Day after day we see many questions that do not have a RDBMS tagged, which got me thinking (a miracle, I know) - Why don't we have a custom closure reason of "RDBMS Not Specified" added?
We can only have five active close reasons, and we are at that limit now.
You can always add a custom close reason when you vote to close. We do review those from time to time to see if there is a need to change one of the existing standard reasons.
If specifying the database is crucial to answering the question, I would have thought that the "unclear what you're asking" reason would suffice.
Suggestions about improving the initial tags and new-user question experience:
- Help the helpless with how-to-ask tag tips
- Let's Plan the Second Iteration of the Stack Exchange Quality Project!
Having better questions in the first iteration seems preferable to adding a new close reason.