The Help page suggest that if a question has received no answer, the poster should:
- Edit the question to provide status and progress updates
- Document continued efforts to answer the question
- Offering a bounty
I opened this question, which I think has all the qualities of a good question:
- It's on topic, since is a working code that needs review
- It has a specific question (review of the structure and data flow)
- It's relevant to others (I think at least), since it about general Python program structure and program design
I've edited it several times, got some upvotes in the process, but still no answer. I don't have permission to put a bounty on it, and I don't know any other thing that I can edit on it to 'bump it'.
I know I could reformat without changing its content in order to bump it, but that seems like exploiting the system.
What should I do with that question? Let it rot and wait for a review? Close it and reopen?