In the question Using courtesy and respect at GIS SE? the code of conduct is referenced. Reading them, about how you should be "patient and welcoming" and "Be clear and constructive when giving feedback" I cannot help to think that was not the case when receiving the following comment, before closing my question. (Note that I did not at any point have two active threads at one time).
Thanks for reposting your question as it saved me finding your other one, reopening it and closing it as a duplicate
Is this clear and constructive, as well as patient or welcoming, or is it rather sarcastic? I get that this is a thankless job, but I dont understand why you would take your time to write such a comment as I do not think it fosters "a community that is rooted in kindness, collaboration, and mutual respect.".
My initial reaction was wanting to leave this community and don't come back. I can handle to have my questions closed (I am active in other stackexchange communities) however I really do not understand why you would take your time to write that rather than to be "clear and constructive when giving feedback". I obviously wanted help for my question, and I wished to adhere to the rules here.
Reference to the comment: Implementation of an algorithm for finding the shortest path around obstacles?
Note: this is not a discussion on the question and mod activity in itself, but how that comment is in line with what is discussed in Using courtesy and respect at GIS SE? and more specifically in the code of conduct.