When voting for a question or an answer, do you guys consider the first version of the question to judge whether it's good or bad?
I mean, even if the question/answer was very bad in its version 1, but it has been edited so it provides an actual value, would you downvote it because it was bad in the first place? I guess it would not be justified to downvote it if it is good now.
I would understand if the downvote was leftover from the first version of the post, but someone coming later after the edit, then the voter should not consider the previous versions, in my opinion.
What do you think about that?