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If the question owner finds the answer, the best way is if he/she answers the question and accept it. So can other people benefit from his findings.
answered Sep 23 '10 by Toon Krijthe
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As a personal opinion, I would not mind these questions, with a few exceptions: Questions that are clearly within (or out of) the bounds given by the FAQ. Questions that are duplicates. Users that a …
answered Mar 28 '13 by Toon Krijthe
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This kind of questions where allowed in the early days of Stack Overflow. But now the site is more mature the focus is on the "real" question and answer content. So questions that normally have one r …
answered Sep 9 '12 by Toon Krijthe
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Back in the old days, questions like this were more accepted, but the community has matured beyond that point. For old posts there are three options: Ignore, if nobody complains, nothing has to be d …
answered Dec 31 '12 by Toon Krijthe
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I think the contents is nice (probably great). But it's more like a blog post than a Q&A format. So it can probably migrated to somewhere else to keep the Stack Overflow format clean. Maybe it's time …
answered Jun 15 '11 by Toon Krijthe
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You can edit the question to: fix gramatical errors. reformat the question to make it better readable. retag the question You can not change the meaning of the question. Altough you can change the …
answered Mar 19 '13 by Toon Krijthe