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7:06 AM
When reviewing low quality posts, with a 'code-only' post, what action should I take? I've posted a comment for the user and skipped this one for now - wordpress.stackexchange.com/review/low-quality-posts/109946 - but I wasn't sure if I should also be recommending deletion?
7:20 AM
doesn't look like something worth deletion to me
2 hours later…
9:01 AM
@TimMalone Recommend deletion in case the code is harmful. Downvote otherwise.
9:41 AM
Cool cheers!
6 hours later…
3:56 PM
@kaiser what's up with deleting my answer? the link still works just fine. it might not be great answer — for which there is a downvote. deleting just removes information from site.
@Rarst Deleted it as the flag was valid. Can undelete in case you want to update it after 5 years – which I assumed you would not want.
link answers are just meh, not forbidden
So: Undelete it?
Or just leave it gone – which I'd prefer as the article itself offers zero insights.
I did. lacking != delete-worthy
Thought so. In the meantime, I tried to find the resources that would make this answer a bit more valid: github.com/bangordailynews/Docs-to-WordPress
And this is their dev-post from 2011: dev.bangordailynews.com/2011/06/16/…
4:14 PM
Guess the wife does discover last. Seems like some core developers think there is a leadership problem in core
But you need to be an insider to understand who and why. Guess the most important WP discussions happen on twitter and not on slack or in the make blogs
2 hours later…
6:40 PM
Q: Link only answers from mods caries more weight

Pieter GoosenI was flabbergasted to see that a mod undeleted his answer which was deleted by another mod as poor quality due to the answer being a link only answer. IMHO, this answer is nothing better than the other answer to the same question which was deleted. That specific mod's reply in comments is as fol...

7:03 PM
posted on July 20, 2016 by Dominik Schilling

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7:18 PM
going to be trending soon

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