Suppose, if a user posts a question or answer, with apparently ill intention. However, the content generated by the user is of somewhat commendable quality. For obvious reasons, the post is either closed or deleted.
Now, should another user attempt to modify the original content in different way? It may change the intent of the user in check, but it also brings the post out of gallows.
Note that, both the sides look valid:
- If certain users are posting something with [inferior] agenda, then why to give encouragement to them by legalizing their posts with efforts?
- Ignore the ulterior motives of those users; Since they are generating good contents, let's focus on it.
What is our community consensus on this matter?