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Where to report back about optimal settings for the script provided in an answer

Here's my personal opinion of what should be done (or shouldn't be) based on your 4 options. Don't add as a comment, treat comments as temporary Adding your solution to an answer can be acceptable, I ...
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Why does the "active" queue show old answered questions when edited?

The answer to What can cause a question to be bumped? on the Meta site explains all the ways a question can be bumped. In my opinion, there are circumstances where an accepted answer may not be the ...
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Answered question "put-on-hold" due to lack of "shortest code"?

There is no reason why this question and its answers would "eventually get closed and disappear" unless the question and both its answers start to receive sufficient downvotes to take away their ...
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Where to report back about optimal settings for the script provided in an answer

In general, I agree with @Midavalo's answer and prefer that option too. It is the way I personally would do it (and already have done so in the past). However, in this particular case I have just ...
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Where to report back about optimal settings for the script provided in an answer

I have now posted my feedback as a separate answer, as this seems to be the prefered way to do it: https://gis.stackexchange.com/a/398134/88814
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Why does the "active" queue show old answered questions when edited?

A key difference between a focussed Q&A site like GIS SE, and a discussion forum or other styles of Q&A sites is that old questions with answers are considered just as valuable as new ones. ...
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