I'd like to ask the community opinion based on this question. It is about transiting through Schengen area, and lists specific OP circumstances (transit airport, and citizenship). Questions like that are frequently closed as duplicates, citing this answer. The cited answer, however, is very generic, and provides little value in cases like that, when someone is asking "I'm Saudi citizen flying Dubai-Amsterdam-London, do I need Schenghen visa?". This question can be easily answered as "no, you do not", providing the value both for the person who asked the question, and for others who would be looking in the same circumstances.
But instead he's referred to the answer above, which requires him to go through five pages of text. And they still don't provide anything specific (basically telling him "this depends on the airport you transit"), which is hardly the answer here because a specific airport is named. Just for information, this indeed matters, because some airports in Schengen (TXL notably) require you to go through passport control even if you're connecting from non-Schengen to non-Schengen - and those are not minor case; TXL is the largest Berlin airport with tons of connecting flights.
Thus my question to the community is, why those questions are considered a duplicate? It seems like I probably misunderstand the idea of travel.stackexchange as providing specific answers to specific questions. The (duplicate) generic answer indeed would be more suitable for Wikitravel or a similar site offering generic information, but is hardly answering a specific question.
This seem to be similar to "visa/recheck luggage" debate overall.