This question was closed as a duplicate, the user made an insubstantial edit (in fact, an edit which renders the question ungrammatical,) which has triggered a reopen vote. Obviously, I can't see if the user that has made the edit was the one who voted on it, but they seem determined to keep this question open instead of using the answers from the original - hey have asked a follow up question, which I am abstaining from answering until I see what others think here. (He has asked the same question to every other answer, including those on the original post. It's cross-posting at its worst.)
This is not the first time that this user has displayed this pattern of behaviour (Is it okay for users to delete questions and re-ask them verbatim?) and is, I believe, editing in bad faith.
Do we just continue to answer and moderate in good faith, with a user that is so obviously inconsiderate of others' time and effort? (Apologies if this is emotionally-loaded.)