There is a question that was posed back in January that wasn't well formed but which had the bones of a very good question in it. You can see it here, it is closed now. I'm wondering, can/should it be resurrected by editing the question, or would it be better to start a new question?


Either option is fine. If it's closed but fixable, then editing it and getting it resurrected is good. It's also fine if you just ask your own new question.

  • Thanks, I like the idea of resurrecting it and preserving the work of the people who have already replied. Is there anything special that needs to be done to get it "un-closed" or is there something automagic that happens?
    – dlu
    Jul 14 '15 at 23:25
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    Editing gets it into the "evaluate for reopening" queue.
    – freiheit Mod
    Jul 14 '15 at 23:35
  • Automagic :-) Thanks.
    – dlu
    Jul 14 '15 at 23:54

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