I've noticed this a few times while browsing GIS SE where questions that are a few years old are edited by a moderator/user for minor clarification and then it appears top on the list of questions on the site. What's the point of this? I don't quite understand the functionality of this "feature" when most of these questions already have accepted answers.For example these were just on top and are 2-7 years old:
- Converting geographical projection of extremely large file using GDAL?
- Assertion Error when attempting arcpy.mapping.AddLayer
- Creating empty group layer within existing group layer using arcpy.mapping?
I understand bumping posts to the forefront when the Community mod does it for unanswered questions or those without an accepted answer - but I don't see the logic for it in the circumstances above.
Is this a bug or is there another reason for this?