Whether or not an answer is simply yes or no, there should be some kind of explanation of why or or why not something is and if something is not possible an alternative should be proposed. Yes or no alone is not enough which is one of the reasons why an answer needs to be over a certain length to submit. A good answer can only be a sentence or two as seen here which very concise, but gives a complete answer unlike a simple yes or no. The FAQ on how to answer puts it nicely:
Read the question carefully. What, specifically, is the question
asking for? Make sure your answer provides that – or a viable
alternative. The answer can be “don’t do that”, but it should also
include “try this instead”. Any answer that gets the asker going in
the right direction is helpful, but do try to mention any limitations,
assumptions or simplifications in your answer. Brevity is acceptable,
but fuller explanations are better.
For the specifics the first OP used their filler to call out the system for doing what it is suppose to do which was inappropriate for an answer so it was deleted to edit and fix up so it was more acceptable then undeleted once it was fixed then the OP redeleted it as shown here which the OP has a right to, but the current version is acceptable in nature.
For the second question a few people including myself interpreted a lot based the overall idea of it on the second paraphrase which is completely subjective as seen here:
For instance, flamenco (the genre I specialize in) has strong
melancholy undertones. Even the "happiest" forms (or "palos") of
flamenco seem tinged with sadness. In other words, a "happy" flamenco
piece will still sound more melancholy than a "sad" gipsy jazz piece,
After rereading closely, while the content is subjective in nature the answer is not so I reopened it and put the comment I had addressing it as an answer. We all make mistakes.