We are getting to a point with our question base (almost 1.4k!) that it might serve us well to go deep-diving, particularly with older questions, and identify "broken windows" -- questions, for example, that might be closed as "not a real question" if posed to the community today.
The built-in way to track all this in the system is through throwing flags on posts that might be problematic. I'd like to suggest that in cases where we might want collaborative review in making a determination whether to edit/flag, we could utilize chat (either the main channel or we could make a room specifically around this process), or alternately provide a link to the "questionable" post here and we can discuss it together.
Let's clean this place up! A few things in particular that I would consider "high-value targets":
- older questions (particularly if highly-visible)
- mis-tagged or under-tagged questions
Some final thoughts. In general, if a post is really problematic and should be closed/deleted, please don't hesitate to throw a flag up. Reserve editing for minor changes and improvements; if a wholesale reformulation is demanded, it might be most expedient/efficient just to shut it down and pose a new question.