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I ask this in the interest of maintaining high-quality content on SQA: should we do anything in particular about questions like Selenium tests aren´t launched anymore, i.e. questions that do not provide enough detail for a valuable answer, which have been around for several months, and which the Community daemon (or whatever that process is called) periodically moves back to the top of the Questions list?

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I learnt (the hard way) that a mod can't vote to close ... we just close ... maybe we should plan an unanswered question cleanup ...

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There are mechanisms available to the SQA community to close down questions that don't give enough information for a useful answer to be provided, but it's quite rare in my experience for anyone to vote to close a question.

I'm not sure why this is, or how to improve it - but this would be one good way of cleaning out the dead questions. I don't vote to close anything myself until someone else has already done so, as being a moderator, my vote is a closing vote and as such I usually only feel comfortable with making that vote when the community have already expressed an opinion.

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