On the question "Why is my subdomain not showing up?", my answer had an edit suggested and approved which removed the domain and subdomain I used and replaced it with
I rolled back that edit. Since rollbacks don't offer the ability to include commentary, and feel a bit drastic, I like to make meta posts to make note of the rollback reasoning just for posterity's sake.
The original question included the specific domain and subdomain that I used in my answer. I waited and did not see an edit proposed to the original question that would changed the domain and subdomain to the generic
example.com sample domain.
In the specific context of the Q/A, the OP had a specific problem with a specific domain, stated the question well, and had an answer that used real world tools and reasoning to discover the answer. I don't find genericizing the question or answers to be of value, since only good is done by the use of specific information, and only harm is done by replacing it with a generic domain. At least, that's my story and I'm sticking to it. =)
Aaaaand dismount. 🤸