I've noticed that this site has a large number of questions that have been answered and have had the answer accepted as "best" within a very short period (sometimes only an hour) and sometimes when the question only has one answer.
Does anyone else find this cuts down on discussion? Once an answer has been "accepted as best" then, why try to improve it? Why contribute to the discussion? This process seems to lead to very shallow answers in the forum with a lack of potential creativity from the members. Maybe questions like "How can I build a LEGO heart?" would attract 10 or 15 contributions that highlight very different approaches.
Is there a reason the questions all get "best answer" chosen so quickly? Does anyone other than myself feel this process reduces creativity and contributions on the site?
Thanks for any and all feedback/thoughts!