I dupehammered Right way to add cronjob-threading functionality to Tomcat webapp with gold jsf badge. Then OP complained and edited the question into a too broad recommendation request. While still a bad question, it technically isn't a dupe anymore. So I wanted to remove the dupe vote so it could be reclosed as offtopic / too broad. It's after all also not a JSF question, so I replaced the jsf by java first and then voted to reopen. However, in spite of that I also have a gold java badge, I got a message in a blue popup balloon with two or three sentences which boils down to something like below (sorry, missed the opportunity to make a screenshot and I can't find the exact message anywhere here):
Sorry, we can't single-handedly reopen it as you participated in removing the jsf tag.
How does that make sense? Must I in the future remember to reopen before editing tags?