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So can't we delete our own questions any more?

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Yes we can't! I love this new update.
No,We can't delete. Only Mods can delete:D
And also we have the "edit question" option. That's excellent!

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Yep, that's a handy feature!
Exactly the trade off! :)
I just noticed this, and I think it is a great addition. :) The only implication that comes to mind is that one can edit their questions to nothing, in which case you can create an awkward-looking thread with no question but several answers. I suppose, however, that that is really not a biggie. :)
We're actually working on a fix for that, so that at least you can't wipe it out to *nothing*. Things that are wiped out to just some text or whatever, we can spot in the moderator logs and act against the people who do it. Editing continues to be acceptable only for clarification/addition, not for removing the context of the question.

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