When should I vote to delete an answer?
You may vote to delete answers in the following cases:
- The answer is extremely low quality: There is little to no scope for improvement
- The answer doesn't attempt to answer the question; it may be a comment or a separate question altogether.
Is this intended to infer an all inclusive terminology, i.e. both criteria should be met when casting a delete vote?
I've always been of the opinion that delete votes were not intended to stop probably wrong answers with little value, but to eliminate posts that were troublesome, rather than merely bad.