I was trying to figure out how to create a System Tray application and came across this question. It provided better information than what I had found online so far, so I was quite happy to see it. I had some trouble understanding the answers, however one of the newer deleted answers pointed to a good tutorial that helped me find my solution.
I wanted to upvote the deleted answer, but it was deleted by a moderator because it was a link-only answer, so I edited the answer to make it a complete answer and flagged it for a moderator to undelete so I could vote it up.
But instead of undeleting the answer, the moderator closed the question.
I feel this question provides a lot of great information and links to good resources related to creating a system tray application in .Net, and I don't understand why it got closed as not-constructive.
Why was it closed? And if this was a mistake, can I get it reopened?
(And if it does get re-opened, can a moderator undelete the answer I edited so I can vote on it? Its no longer a link-only answer, and I feel it provides the best answer for someone looking to learn how to create a System Tray application, but I can't undelete it because a moderator deleted it.)