paul wheaton wrote:I think it is really cool! Damn good work!
Deepak Bala wrote:For the second point, I can understand how it might benefit a person that answers posts. If a post is resolved I would be less inclined to visit it. The other angle to that view is that a post that might be resolved for the OP might have a special case that is unresolved for some one down the line.
Deepak Bala wrote:
You know, something like, 'hey solution X worked for you but I have an extra attribute Y which does not help me solve the problem'. So when the question is raised for a second time the thread is really not resolved. Which might make me ignore it by mistake. In most cases a person comes along and answers 'Well you can tweak A with B and it should work' and they already understand the context of the discussion, so a new thread is unnecessary and a waste of time.
fred rosenberger wrote:As I understand it, a moderator can mark a post as resolved, whether the OP thinks it is or not. Just because Henry (for example) thinks it's resolved doesn't mean that the OP agrees. What if they need further clarification?