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I was going through some of the posts in the low quality posts list and was shown this answer:

  • it is not incorrect, but
  • it does not bring any value for future users (whether the whole question/answers does is probably also questionable!)
  • there are 4 other answers that give more or less the same information in a more detailed way
  • the user did not gain rep and probably never will out of this answer

I would tend to recommend deletion as it seems like useless noise to me.

What main criteria should I take into account for a deletion recommendation?

merged by Adam Lear Apr 21 '13 at 18:46

This question was merged with Reviewing low quality posts: when to delete [duplicate] because it is an exact duplicate of that question.

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