The following post came up while I was doing the site self-assessment review:
My first reaction is that this question is at least "Satisfactory", if not "Excellent". Someone asked a well written question about how to use the word "features" as it applies to people and received a correct, well written answer.
Helping users identify and correct usage errors like this one seems to be one of the reasons this site exists.
Here's my interpretation of how the question rates against the self-assessment criteria:
Answer: Clear, comprehensive answer, though I would have pointed out that the sentence should have used the word "chances" instead of "changes".
Comparison with other resources: This question is very specific. It's not clear where else you'd look for an answer to this question.
Search results: Again, this question is very specific. It's not clear anyone else would want to search for it. Having said that, I couldn't find it in the first few pages of Google results after a few tries.
Generally useful: It's not clear anyone else would make this same exact usage mistake.
How would you rate the above post?
How should we balance the criteria when it comes to rating these highly specific posts?