I refer to this question: Comparing logarithms with different bases.
Over-hastily, I flagged it as a possible duplicate of How to compare logarithms $\log_4 5$ and $\log_5 6$?.
I also thought it was a duplicate of Comparing $\log_5 6$ and $\log_6 7$ - itself closed as a duplicate.
Later, I realised my mistake, and posted this comment (fortunately, I retained it in my own notes):
On second thoughts, this is not a duplicate of the other question, because none of the answers given in that case, including my own, can be applied in this case! (Ditto this.) It is interesting to ask if there is some general result that can be applied in this case; or at least, some other argument than the one given by the questioner himself (which I take it is essentially that $4^4 > 3^5$ and $10^4 < 7^5$, so $\log_34 > 5/4 > \log_710$). I suppose I should withdraw my close vote, if that's possible. Meanwhile, I've upvoted the question.
Right or wrong, it was a rational argument. It even had some mathematical content, relevant to the question, so I don't think it can fairly be described as merely a "meta" comment.
Why was it deleted? May I restore it, or restore some cut-down version of it? If the latter, then how should it be edited?