Wondering about everyone's take on the following scenario:
That question has been asked in various forms, numerous times. I've answered it uniquely twice, with one answer being quite lengthy & informative and linking to a video demonstration I previously recorded.
Both answers on that question link to answers on other questions. One of the two summarizes the topic a bit. The other - mine - is just a link (partly because I posted it from my iPhone).
My response was converted to a comment. The other left alone. Questions:
1) What criteria are we using in a case like this to determine an answer is not an answer? This was not a follow-up question. It was an alternate response to consider. (And we do need more answers per Area 51, right?)
2) At what point do "what is the best workflow for dev/staging/migrating sites?" questions become duplicates? Do we have a canonical question for that? Do we need one?