The highest voted question on this SE is effectively a rant about a security auditor: Our security auditor is an idiot. How do I give him the information he wants? While I do find the Q&A intriguing and informative, I struggle to understand it being the highest voted Q&A on this SE, let alone any SE. I haven't had that much luck on the technology oriented SEs, and have even gotten perma-banned from Stack Overflow, because the community did not like the questions I was posting (I have more questions than answers at the moment). Yet this question seems to be the epitome of a bad question for a Q&A site, especially any SE. The question isn't even about technology, but dealing with the squishy parts tangentially related to technology.
From a meta Q&A about broken windows: "The real problem is that if we allow some of those questions, regardless of the date, it makes our decision to enforce the standing rules against new questions seem arbitrary and capricious."
As a user with low feedback, what is supposed to be my takeaway from this question being the highest voted question on the SE?
NOTE: I haven't finished reading it, and it looks to be a good read. However, I've seen many a question closed, locked, and marked as historically significant but off topic. I expected this one to be such, but it was not when I came across it.