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10 months ago
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11 months ago.
How do we/can we deal with "aging" questions?
They become irrelevant
An answer that was accepted 10 years ago is maybe not an answer any longer or it could become a less preferrable one
Links do not work any longer
Software used as part of a solution is not any longer maintained
Concepts becomes deprecated
New technologies evolve that deprecate previously used solution models
Jul 3, 2022 at 9:50
If a question is no longer useful then, unless both it and any answer(s) can be edited to make them once again useful, I think your best option may be to simply downvote it and/or any answer(s) that you also think are no longer useful.
Jul 3, 2022 at 10:19
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