I've recently flagged a couple of questions:
setting http_headers in app.yaml doesn't work (Flag message: OP has solved his mistake)
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/8248030/c-sharp-httpwebresponse-error-502-bad-gateway (Flag message: OP has solved, he set the wrong Url)
and both flags were declined for the same reason:
flags should only be used to make moderators aware of content that requires their intervention
I flagged these questions because I thought they were in some way useless for the community and in particular for the google-app-engine followers.
Because the problems that have originated both the questions were caused by some gross oversight.
In the first question, OP has posted this comment clarification :
I found the problem. I changed the version and therefore the online version was not the deployed one. Restoring the version number made the deployed version available online, and therefore the headers were added.
On second question, OP has posted this answer:
I found out what the problem was, I was sending the information to the wrong URL.
In both the case, the fault made by the OP has invalidated the correctness of the question.
What's the correct behavior here?
Cast a close vote or flag for deletion?
In both questions I've also cast a close vote as "Too localized".
I've "succesfully" flagged other questions like these in the past leaving a message like (OP has solved by himself ..) and each time they were closed ore deleted by a moderator.