I have a question here https://serverfault.com/questions/670436/how-do-i-use-tls-https-using-dane-dnssec IMO it's incorrectly marked as a duplicate. One question explains the problem and the expected results. The other was poorly worded and confused readers into locking it because they didn't understand it. Why are we locking both so no answers are possible? If you read both you'll see they are different questions trying to solve the same question and not a phrasing or a duplicate.
Because you keep asking it.
If it's poorly worded, and doesn't have an answer you like, you have no one to blame but yourself for that. Fix your old question and get it reopened; don't ask the same thing in a new question.
You could probably benefit from reading the thread here on how to ask better questions, as well as using the search function before asking a question. This is far from the first time you've asked a question that was closed as a duplicate, or could have been answered by searching the site first.