5 votes
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What's the proper process for "fixing" a Mod-or-community-deleted answer?

Must it be flagged by the user for a Mod to review? If so, does the user (usually a new user) know this? Yes, since mod-deleted posts cannot be undeleted by anyone else other than the mods, and one ...
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A user deletes their answer and posts the same question as a new post and self answers

Flag it - linking the other post, ideally. It's unfair to the user who posted the answer to the original post - and it's probably worth a mod taking a look.
3 votes
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A user deletes their answer and posts the same question as a new post and self answers

First, I would assume this is an extremely rare scenario. Second, if the answering user reposts another users question without any modification, this would be considered blatant plagiarism. However, ...
3 votes

What's the proper process for "fixing" a Mod-or-community-deleted answer?

Well - as the OP, you do the necessary changes, make sure its good enough and flag for undeletion.

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