This recent question on the main site: If whenever $|x-a|<\delta$, $|y-a|<\delta$ then $|f(x)-f(y)|<\epsilon$, is this equiv. to $f$ cont. at $c$ then $f$ cont. on some interval around $c$?
Question: Does the moderator violate the EoQS?
Users are pointing to the exact meaning of the acronym "EoQS" and "EoQS" should really be "QS" in the original question. Since EoQS is specifically used, the question could be written as
Does the moderator violate the QS in the EoQS?
Since there have been comments/answers under the posts, I would keep the question as what it is, in case of confusion.
Some comments confuse "mentioning someone" with "name-calling" and accuse this post unfoundedly of a "personal attack". No. This post simply states facts and asks a question:
- the asker is not at all judging the quality of the linked question; "has nothing but a question statement" is a fact that anyone can see by the link.
- the asker tags this post with
policy, which is what this post is about: asking if the moderator violates the quality standards in the EoQS they write.
I find it very confusing regarding site policies that the mod writing the following comment:
In any event, at the time that I answered the question, it
(1) had been on the site for two days,
(2) didn't seem to have any obvious duplicates on the site,
(3) had an upvote (so it seemed to have been positively received), and
(4) had a positively scored answer (which I felt was not the most relevant or interesting example, but that is a matter of taste).
(1) had been on the site for several weeks;
(2) doesn't seem to have obvious duplicates;
(3) had 8 upvotes (so it seems to have been positively received);
(4) had a (very!) positively scored answer. I find it hard to swallow the idea that this question is obviously of low-quality, and should not have been answered.