A use pattern I've noticed on this site is as follows:
- A user, often a new-ish one, has a very specific question to ask, and the title reflects the specificity (e.g., "how do I bind arcane command C to key K?").
- It's unlikely that that particular question, in isolation, will be useful to anyone else, and it's phrased in such a way that it's hard to imagine it showing up in a web search.
- However, that question is clearly a specific instance of a more general question ("how do I bind a command to a key?").
Some of the specific questions are effectively duplicates of more general ones, and should be marked as such. For the rest, however, we could make the site a better (or at least more usable) repository of Emacs knowledge by editing the question titles such that they're general enough for later users with specific problems to see that the general question is relevant.
Any objections, or any downsides to this?