I just watched this webcast: http://videos.webpronews.com/2011/05/31/daniweb-speaks-out-on-recovering-from-google-panda/
I'd like to follow up on the idea of no-indexing threads with zero replies. During the webcast it was stated that the idea was to not have people find a thread that has their exact question but no answer. In some cases, they will find a thread that has the answer elsewhere. In other cases, won't this just lead to the person posting the same question here (or elsewhere) because they don't think it has been asked before? It seems to me like we'd want them to find the post without an answer and then "vote it" to the top, or reply with "any thoughts?" so it gets bumped.
Can anyone explain further?