In the quest to work through the backlog of unanswered questions it is apparent that some of the questions are complicated, 'exotic', or very involved. For example, this question: Vertex Buffer Object (VBO) multi-class implementation involves graphics acceleration with Java and OpenGL. (Here is an older example, C++ and OpenGL: https://codereview.stackexchange.com/questions/6416/is-there-something-wrong-with-my-cleanup-code-opengl-sdl )
It struck me that, for the old questions where an 'easy' answer is not available, it may be worth 'bumping' or 'nudging' the asker to see if they have a solution/answer to their own problems. It's been months since they asked, and maybe something has changed.
What is the etiquette for commenting on a zombie question saying:
If you have found an answer to your own question it would be beneficial to the community if you could provide some details of your answer here on Code Review. You are always welcome to answer to your own question!
This way we can maybe nudge some zombies back in to the present tense (they will get an e-mail, etc. or a notification on any of the SE sites).
I have, in fact, commented on that question, so this is a 'easier to ask forgiveness than permission' sort of thing...