On ELL there are some questions about the pronunciation made from a person. Considering that the person speaking is an Irish person who works in Australia, aren't those questions too localized? How many users would need to understand how an Irish person working (and maybe living) in Australia pronounces some specific words?
I think this is a situation where Meaning of Up/Down votes against ELL Meta questions may be an issue. For the record, I'm upvoting the question because it needs to be asked, not because I agree with OP's implied position that questions about a specific person's pronunciation are Too Localised.
If we're going to allow questions about pronunciation at all (I don't see how we can reasonably refuse them), surely we must expect they will often be in the context of specific examples?
We don't refuse questions concerning written usages by specific writers. Personally, I think questions concerning pronunciation by living native speakers are more On Topic for a learner site than questions about outdated Victorian literary usages.
So my position is that it's fine for people to ask about any pronunciation. Obviously, often they won't actually know that the specific instance they're asking about is in fact highly localised (the speaker could be drunk, have a speech impediment, or a very unusual accent / ideolect, etc.). ELL will presumably decide (and possibly closevote) on a case-by-case basis in such situations.