I have a question that had a number of views, and I enjoy the karma and appreciate the effort put forth in answers and comments, but I don't think the question or the answers have benefitted the community like I'd hoped. Should I create a Jira ticket to have the question removed, or is there I way I can remove it, or does it just stay there forever? Thanks!
Thanks, this is a conscientious post. Not that I had you in mind particularly or anything, but I'm just glad to see you've got the right spirit about this.
I've just lowered the karma required to close a question to 500 (you're past that). I had raised it previously because people were confusing closing a question with accepting an answer, and I hadn't really seen too much point in closing questions (I can delete spam altogether, as an admin). Given that I was deleting spam altogether and didn't want people to mistakenly close posts, I upped the limit on closing posts.
A closed post should do a couple things:
It likely won't remove it from Google (that is, once we fix indexing, but that's coming shortly). Maybe that's okay.
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