In the Hebrew language proposal, a few questions with many up-votes have been closed as a duplicate of older questions (with fewer up-votes).
The convention has always been to defer to the question which was asked first. But when the object is to collect the best possible example questions during Definition, sometimes this does not make sense.
After nearly one year of development, we are very close to reaching the necessary number of questions with many up-votes. Losing some of our best questions seems to be a bit problematic to me. I wanted to start a discussion about which questions should be closed as duplicate in situations where the first question isn't necessarily the best for the proposal.
Which duplicate should remain; the first or the best?