What shall we do with "me too" questions which are posted as answers to other questions?
A recent example: https://genealogy.stackexchange.com/q/4091/1006.
On Meta.SE, there has been a discussion (not a feature request) Convert non-answers into new questions? which has been denied. In a comment there, @Shog9 suggested moving them using throw-away accounts so we don't have to clutter up our own accounts with other people's questions, but I consider that to be 1) unfriendly to the new user and 2) a really ugly work-around.
For questions like this GEDCOM merge issue, the new Q may not be distinct enough to be worth saving -- I see that there's no point in moving something to a new Q if it is going to be a duplicate and we only have to close it afterwards. But for other questions (e.g. about finding people), these "me too" responses might be salvageable.