Should we move to close old, abandoned questions with not enough detail? asked about old questions that are probably abandoned. I note this question https://gis.stackexchange.com/questions/57422/wms-c-with-osmdroid where the user has asked a question, moved on before getting an answer (or any feedback) and now says "leave it for now".
I don't expect that they're coming back to this anytime soon.
Should we try to always close questions off quickly when there is this kind of explicit "don't care any more"?
We've had maybe/maybe-not views on a new "reason" box: Do we need new Reason to Close old Questions when Originator appears to have lost interest?. Is there a way (standard / preferred wording) to handle this won't come across as offensive / arrogant to many first time users? (I'm not so naive as to think we will never offend anybody, but some of those users are potential future GIS experts of the future, and we'll need some of those later).