When I was looking at some deleted answers, I found out a deleted answer (2kers only). The answer was just a one word but it still answered accurately. There were upvotes on the answer and downvotes too. There were comments saying it is correct and accurate. At the same time, I noticed that there was a comment by a moderator talking about the answer quality.
Onliner answer doesn't considered here. Extend it into good answer by addidng explanation and then flag to undelete.
What is a good answer here? According to SE, a good answer is an answer with 25 votes and we are awarded a badge. A good answer, bad answer is subjective. There were users who praised the answer to be right in the comments and upvoted too. Whose opinion was considered while judging good or bad answer while judging?
Are we defining good and bad with the length of the answer? Does quoting long passages from external sources make it a good answer?
That answer addressed the question accurately yet it was deleted. Why is it deleted?
The reason given is other answer is already covering Bhagavad Gita but this was the first answer to be posted to the question and other answer was posted 2 hours ago. If copied content is the reason, the other answer should be deleted. Right? This was deleted showing the answer posted very much later.
What is the correct reason for deleting answer even though it was answering the question accurately?