I'm not sure if this is a bug, but I've never seen any other SE site require that the the question I'm calling a target of a duplicate question must have an upvoted or accepted answer. Is this just a Code Review thing? If it's not a bug, what's the rationale behind this rule?
I solved this by going to the other question, upvoting the answer that was there, and then marking this question as duplicate. I probably should have un-upvoted so others here could have the opportunity to reproduce it, but now my vote's locked.
Here's the question: https://codereview.stackexchange.com/questions/27039/refactoring-in-python