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I have heard at least one (quality) high-rep user say that they give a quick (but correct) answer to put down some sort of "ownage" on the question. They then edit this answer until it is full and complete. I see nothing wrong with this, and it is a strategy which I occasionally adopt. On the other hand, it annoys me greatly when a high-rep user posts an ...


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If you want to do something about it, perhaps consider posting a bounty on a question, when you see an exceptional answer. Even a small bounty, 50 points or so. This will bump the question to the top, and if you mention which answer you are going to award this bounty to then you will invariably cause people to take interest in that answer. Moreover, when I ...


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I don't think sharing the experience between fast low quality answers is a solution. In fact, it further encourages people to post fast, low-quality answers to low-quality questions. I think a better solution is for more people to vote quickly to close the question if it is a simple problem statement, and downvote any and all low-quality answers that appear. ...


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