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Have a look at this question. It's well structured, it's got 200+ votes and the accepted answer also has 200+ votes. Even so it's been protected by 'Community' for low-quality answers. I don't know about you, but that does not look like it has any low-quality answers. They may be short but they are concise and well-thought.
Obviously if you are being asked which you use in an interview, you say IList, smile, and both look pleased at yourselves for being so clever. Or for a public facing API, IList. Hopefully you get my point. - part of an answer by Arec Barrwin
That is funny, not low-quality. What is with the 'protection'? Is it autonomous and if so, shouldn't it be fixed? If not, why would these answers be classified as low-quality?