I proposed a feature request, but it wasn't getting that popular so I decided to make a move: I edited the proposal, making it impossible to annoy the ones who don't want the feature (changed to only appear on mouse hover).
This didn't seem to gain more attention and got stuck at +3 votes. However, the edit allowed someone to post a very similar question to my original one getting +41 score.
It is obvious that my question is better without the tool-tip edit, so I did a rollback.
Now, what I want to discuss is:
- Which one is the duplicate now, my rollback or his question?
- What will happen now?
I don't want to replace a perfect +41 proposal with a +3 proposal, as this will be dumb for all of us (including me, who want to have this feature implemented).
What can we possibly do to not replace gold with copper? (or more accurately, don't stain gold with copper)
Also, the possibility to delete mine is slim, I am very afraid of the question ban thing (my life would end if that happened), and I think I have deleted a couple of posts in the past so I don't want to get any closer.