Yesterday I answered a question in good faith. The question was then put on hold and reworded by admins. Within an hour of the rewording my answer was removed as "not an answer" (both have the same hours ago time stamp). My answer was given in good faith and once the admins reworded the question I would have happily reworded my answer.
To add insult to injury on the same question there is an upvoted answer that:
- Lists the processor to the product I recommended.
- Has a "partial answer" comment from the same admin who removed mine.
In the cases of editing a question what is the fair usage of removing answers that attempted to answer the prior version but don't fit the rewording? What is a reasonable amount of time to allow the writer to restructure their answer to fit the new wording?
Requested link: How can I acquire free two-player D&D Basic/Expert adventures?