Fastest Gun in the West Problem
(I've redone this question because I wasn't being clear.)
My question relates to this question.
I saw it and thought the two answers presented were
- Saying the same thing, and
- Not very helpful.
So I added my own. As I was doing so, I saw that one of the answers had changed significantly.
To me, this indicates one of two things:
- Either the answerer thought he should have added the necessary detail
- Or, he wanted to get something up (like the FIRST posts you see on some forums), and then edit the answer.
Maybe it's just me, but I don't see how a person with a rep of well over 20k can put in such a short first attempt, then go away and edit it a couple of times and that's okay.
Isn't this just encouraging the I'M FIRST syndrome?
At least show some transparency. If the changes are significant, then what's the point of the five-minute grace period?