This isn't really a bug, more of a "why does it work this way?", hope I'm tagging it right
The default view at https://unix.meta.stackexchange.com/ is the "questions" tab.
Why is it that "the community" bumps questions to this tab that are ancient (in computing terms)?
It doesn't make sense (to me) to give focus to an un-answered "old" question vs. the questions that have recent activity (being asked, being answered, being commented on).
Several times I've seen a question with no answers - or one answer but not accepted yet - at the top of the "questions" tab and thought "Oh, I can answer that..." only to discover that the question in question is about Debian Squeeze from 2012...
Of course, the problem becomes defining "old" - especially in computing terms, and the *nix world.