I've asked a question, and an answer that does not address the question at all seems to be getting up voted. I don't understand why it keeps getting voted up.
I voted it down and put a comment in that pointed out it didn't address the question.
I've edited the question making the specific question more clear.
Other answers that directly address the question (all the other ones) are ranked lower then the "bad" answer. (This tells me that others understood the question and that it wasn't me)
Shouldn't the person asking the question be able to do something about this? I mean if the top ranked answer has nothing to do with the question, what the heck is the recourse?
The problem is there's not one answer to the question. I asked for "links" and the top ranked answer has not one link. I'm not really frustrated. I just don't like that others who may use the question for its answers will find the waste of time to read at the top. (every cycle, every bit)