The question was only posted 8 months ago, but in that short space of time it has attracted over 20,000 views.
The title must be spot on for visitors looking for an answer. It is simplicity itself, and maybe the question should have been closed for lack of research, but it's here now.
The question has only one upvote, and two answers.
the third answer is a duplicate and must be deleted.
What should be done?
- Do we leave the OP's question as it is?
- Do we edit the body, include a tiny bit of research, and make it more "interesting" or "helpful"?
- Do we place a large bounty on it to entice users to create a more exhaustive answer?
- Do we upvote the answers that have been submitted?
- Do we just forget about it?
There is the potential to create a canonical answer here. Do we ignore this opportunity?
P.S. The third "answer" has been deleted.
In nine days the question has attracted a further 1,000 views. The lack of response, and general discussion, is a tad disappointing I admit. So, I guess the more experienced users, and answerers prefer to leave the question, and the answers as they stand.