I read what I thought was an interesting question, which got what I thought was an answer-material comment. The question had one close vote, but seemed to be in a bit of a gray area. I edited the question to try to make it less gray, and unsuccessfully invited the commenter to write an answer. (I would like the information provided in the comment to be preserved and searchable.) The commenter felt that to answer a poorly posed question would compromise the integrity of the site. I hesitate to lift the material from his comment and put it in an answer. First, if I can, I'd like to edit the question, to make it well posed by community standards.
I'd appreciate some help editing the question to bring it better into line with site expectations.
Alternatively, if it's okay in its current form, I'd like some help justifying that the question is well posed.