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I'm disappointed that a couple days ago I answered a reasonable question about
git, only to have the user then delete the question instead up upvoting or accepting my answer.
I had responded to several follow-up questions and clarifications, and in that time no one else had participated at all. I invested a fair bit of time into that, and now I have nothing to show for it, and that knowledge is lost for everyone.
Why would a user do that? Is it wise to let questions and answers disappear like this?
Here was the link to the question at hand: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22017013/git-merge-conflicts-commit-vs-rebase-continue