My question is in regards to the following question.
I've provided an answer. Someone felt that answer wasn't good enough, deleted it and moved it to a comment.
Now, I come from SO SE, and maybe Travel SE has some kind of special meta rules, but the SE way of dealing with answers is to let people upvote/downvote it. If it's not satisfactory, leave it unvoted. If it's bad or breaks some rules, then downvote it.
Since when are answers being deleted by moderators on a power-trip without even an explanation? The only "explanation" I've seen was by user 'Flimzy' who said
This does not answer the question
But he claims he did not delete the answer. So then who did? I know my tone isn't exactly "friendly", but is this how you treat visitors from other SE sites? With attitude like that, I surely won't be bothering to contribute to Travel SE anymore. What if I wasn't an SE user but some random new poster? After this, I doubt anyone would want to continue contributing.
Now, to the actual question and answer:
The OP asked:
- How to tip in Cuba,
- As a Canadian,
- Considering that foreign coins are not accepted,
- And smallest Canadian bills of $5 are too much.
- From my own experience
- Convert Canadian bills to CUC (available in $1 coin denominations) at bank
- Tip with CUC
What is so unsatisfactory with that answer?
How does it "not answer the question"?