I refer to this question:
In one form or another I think this is the 3rd/4th/5th version of this question from the same user in the last week or so.
Now, we have a strict 'module bug reports are off-topic here' policy. We enforce this quite rigidly, and with 4 close votes on it that question will soon join the pile of off-topic bug reports. This is fine, all in line with expectations.
Since the OP has been so persistent in re-posting the question I went to check out the issue queue of the module in question. The module status is 'Currently seeking maintainer', and there are quite a few unanswered bug reports that date back some time.
Let's put aside for a moment the fact that the question itself is currently badly presented; let's assume in good faith that the OP will add the necessary amount of detail to the question, and improve the quality so it comes up to our usual standards.
Should we then accept the question?
Please note, I'm not advocating an answer either way, I'm just interested to hear people's opinion on this. I'm specifically speaking of modules that have become abandoned, or where authors don't respond to bug reports in a reasonable timeframe (maybe a few weeks or something, details are irrelevant compared to the big picture I think).
Is there a way to accept these questions, make them up-to-code and on-topic, or are they fundamentally at odds with what we want to see here?