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I've rolled back once but the OP seems to want the question body to be removed.

Should I just ignore it and move on?

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    Flag for moderator attention. Don't get into a rollback war.
    – Bart
    Dec 14, 2013 at 15:33
  • 2
    I'd only bother if there are any valuable answers Dec 14, 2013 at 15:55
  • @CodesInChaos agreed, there were no answers but there was a half-useful comment. Dec 14, 2013 at 15:57

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Given that they've now deleted it and there were no answers I'm happy to let this slide. (Although I did take a look at other activity from the user to double check)

Where self-deletion is an option and sensible it can be worth pointing it out as an option in a comment, if the OP seems to have failed to spot that option as appears to be the case here.

In general terms flagging for moderator attention is the way to go - we can warn and lock if needed, rollback wars don't often to lead to resolutions naturally. There is also a flag that gets raised automatically when rollback wars are detected, but a human comment adding some context to the automatic flag can save quite a bit of time hunting around.

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