This is about What are some of the good and bad omens?
The question asks for both good and bad omens as per scriptures (I think all are also covered because good and bad covers all. If there is no affect, it is not an omen at all). This question was closed as "Too Broad" by two users and a moderator as there are thousands of omens mentioned in the scriptures. Before that closure happened, there was already an answer to that question. This is now reopened by the users (in and outside of the review).
The answer posted listed more than hundred omens but that too from only few chapters from two Puranas viz Agni Purana and Vayu Purana. But the list does not end there. There are several hundred omens mentioned in many other puranas, epics and other scriptures like smritis. Remember that scriptures is also a broader category. There is a separate shakuna shastra which is believed to written by Brihaspati. Besides these, there are many more which can be found in panchangams (almanacs) written by astrologers after studying those books. So, the list increases to more than thousand. In addition to these, there are many more followed by people whose origin is not known but they are sure that there is a definite mention of them somewhere in the vast literature.
There have been many instances where questions have been closed if the question has to cover only one epic or many chapters.
Considering above criteria, why is the question not "too broad"?
Why is this question reopened?