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I run into quite interesting situation:
While I was reviewing Low Quality Posts queue, I have noticed Logic operations implementation question with content as follows (only one line):
1's detection in nibble method
Recommend Close option with
not a real question explanation. That in turn flagged the question on my behalf as
not a real question.
I checked the question after a while and it turned out that the author updated the question putting that one line content (which made the question really useless) and the updates had been rolled back eventually (making the question valuable).
So now my
not a real question flag will probably be
declined (and I think it should be) as the question (after the rollback) is good.
The flag declination will increase number of declined flags in my account (which does not seems to be that big deal, but for some people might be). But more importantly it may generate large number of "false" flag, which moderators will have to deal with (waste of their time etc.)
My question is: How shall we deal with that kind of situations in the future?
I think it would be beneficial to add flag rollback feature; at least for posts which have been edited.