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Slightly more rights for 1 karma users

I'm thinking about the right to comment on answers which are given to their own question.

In your first question, when somebody answers you, but the suggestion didn't work, you cannot reply to the suggestion. Instead, users tend to create an answer of there own, which leads to confusion in the end.

Slightly more rights for 1 karma users

I'm thinking about the right to comment on answers which are given to their own question.

In your first question, when somebody answers you, but the suggestion didn't work, you cannot reply to the suggestion. Instead, users tend to create an answer of there own, which leads to confusion in the end.

More reasons to close a questions

When closing a question, you have to select a reason, which is good, but recently I was missing one particular reason:

  • Question owner no longer interested in the solution

For some questions further input is required to solve the problem, and without the question owner it is impossible to continue.

These are the currently available reasons:

  • duplicate question
  • question os off-topic or not relevant
  • too subjective and argumentative
  • not a real question
  • the question is answered, right answer was accepted
  • question is not relevant or outdated
  • question contains offensive or malicious remarks
  • spam or advertising
  • too localized

Maybe somebody thinks of another one to add.

Slightly more rights for 1 karma users

I'm thinking about the right to comment on answers which are given to their own question.

In your first question, when somebody answers you, but the suggestion didn't work, you cannot reply to the suggestion. Instead, users tend to create an answer of there own, which leads to confusion in the end.

More reasons to close a questionsquestion

When closing a question, you have to select a reason, which is good, but recently I was missing one particular reason:

  • Question owner no longer interested in the solution

For some questions further input is required to solve the problem, and without the question owner it is impossible to continue.

These are the currently available reasons:

  • duplicate question
  • question os off-topic or not relevant
  • too subjective and argumentative
  • not a real question
  • the question is answered, right answer was accepted
  • question is not relevant or outdated
  • question contains offensive or malicious remarks
  • spam or advertising
  • too localized

Maybe somebody thinks of another one to add.