I find, when reviewing the late answer tab, that such answers seem to fall into three categories (most frequent to least frequent):
- Answers that are intelligible; are "sort of" in the right ball park; are not wrong; but really don't add anything at all to the entire question and answer session.
- Are me too answers (or me too with a very small addition of information - example here. I am not trying to single out this particular answer, but it happens to be a recent one for which I have a link.)
- Are crassly wrong - but still correctly formulated as an answer.
I do find it difficult to deal with all three categories. What is the recommended course of action in these cases (for a user that does not yet have edit privileges).