My question was closed as inviting speculative answers. I'm willing to accept that; empirically this was true. I've decided against attempting to modify it to be fit for reopening.
In that scenario, how does the puzzling.SE community prefer the solution be shared?
- Do not share the solution. If a question was closed, you should not interact with it (unless trying to make it fit for reopening).
- Delete the question. At least that way, nobody else will be frustrated.
- Add a full explanation of the solution to the question via spoiler tag.
- Add a brief explanation of the solution to a comment via rot13.
- Something else.
I'll note that my understanding of the network rules strongly encourages approach 1. This is also the approach that most SE networks encourage.
For reference, the question was A Routine Doctor's Visit. If you favor approaches 1 or 2, you probably shouldn't read it.