I want to reply, but once achieved, there is no way. I don’t understand why it is so “mandatory” not to allow users to reply.
As far as I know, StackOverflow doesn’t make it so mandatory. It just shows a message like: “This question has more than 30 answers already. answers… Please note that you can click the edit link on any of these answers to improve them.”
No offense, I didn’t mean to compare the forums. I was just curious as to why.
If really achieved, no one can’t edit anymore; I would like to count at least a period of time (TBD) from the last answerers backward if no-one replies before the archive can be made.
Another question is, is it possible to edit answers for others in this community? Sometimes I want to improve answers for someone else’s answer, but I can only edit my answers. (Is it because of the lack of reputation?)
but unfortunately, I can’t do any replies.