I'm aware that we have a robot called "Community" that performs various chores, including removal of abandoned questions. I've also read the policies for removal of questions. That's all well and good; cleanliness is next to godliness, and all of that.
My question: Is there a "manual intervention" procedure allowed to overrule the robot? I ask because: a) I'm curious, and b) Community recently resurrected a question that I feel merits such a manual intervention. [From a helping friendly moderator: The content of that question has since been rolled back to the original.] According to the policy statement referenced above, because this question has two "answers", it will remain on the site for another 9 months. And it still may not be deleted after a year (in the unlikely event someone up-votes the question). Yet, neither question was accepted by the OP, and the question was changed such that it became quite confusing (IMHO).
No big deal in either case; I can easily ignore that question for quite a long time :)