I came upon a question asking for help with a particular achievement. The achievement is quite extensive.. you need to complete several hundred levels, although they are only asking for help with about fifty of them. The accepted answer had a negative score, which seemed odd. On further reading, I found that it consisted only of links to videos demonstrating the various levels that needed to be completed and a comment to dissuade further downvoters, explaining that it would be impossible to write out an answer to cover the extensive amount of videos that were required to answer the question.
I posted a comment suggesting that the answer could try to sum up the videos, but the response was that the answer would involve summarising a very extensive number of levels. It was at this point that I realised that the person who posted the answer was also the person who posted the question.
I interpret this to mean that they are asking a question that they accept is so broad that the only way to answer it is to post forty-eight separate videos. As it is, it is entirely a link-only answer, which I understand to be not preferred. How do we view questions like this, where the answer is to provide (or detail) the contents of 40+ videos worth of levels?