I probably wouldn't use a poll if it meant that the article couldn't be edited.
I'm always going back to make minor revisions (e.g. commas, fixing code typos, adding things people mentioned in the comments and tagging them).
I wondered about that too, though I do see why Ben is concerned with editing after a poll is published.
It looks like a couple of people have suggested allowing editing and letting users see post revisions to compensate for this concern. That would definitely promote good behavior.
That sounds like a perfect solution. I would feel more comfortable editing my articles if readers could see the history 👍
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