For the date, I suggest the date of move be used. It will
be a little confusing if there are already follow-ups (as
I think Adam was concerned about). Of course, if Q&A
becomes fully threaded (that is, where you can see all of
the answers and replies to them from one place), then I
change my vote to always using the original date as
redisplaying the question in Newest Nodes when it has
been moved isn't important anymore (to me) since I will
have already viewed the thread over in the Q&A section.
...which prompts me to ask... Where do I go to apply to be
a Q&A Editor? Now that SOPWifying is so easy, I could
just slam those newbie misposts over instead of building up
a real pet peave about trying to ban Level 1 monks from
posting new categorized questions. (:
(but my friends call me "Tye")
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