Some of you (myself included) might remember how as a new user you struggle with finding stuff to answer, and hope to have these answers upvoted and accepted...
You really want that. You want to write comments, to the least but that requires 50 reputation.
As a result you look for old questions, possible with very good answers that were accepted, and write your own answer.
Now there is nothing wrong with adding more into threads like that, but it turns out that the answers added by some new users are of... "low quality content".
In his answer to my previous question Qiaochu said that the community should discuss and decide what is low quality and how to treat it. Since I'm starting to feel flooded with old questions, I would like to discuss this right now, so in the future we can judge what should we do about it.
So, what is "low quality" content, and how should we deal with it?