I asked this question: How does envelope protection work in Airbus vs. Boeing aircraft? and it was quickly marked as "duplicate of What are the main differences piloting Boeing vs. Airbus aircraft?"
Hell NO. It is NOT.
Mine is a VERY specific question about a comparison of the different level of computer control over the the pilots` input in different flight modes in Airbus and Boeing and how/when those modes are initiated.
Yes it is a very specific question about a modern liner aircraft's control loops
Yes, it is a very complicate question.
Yes, it probably is too complicate/out of the interest of a lot of aviation enthusiasts.
NO, it is NOT a duplicate of a general "curiosity" question about the main piloting differences between the liners from the two leading manufacturers as the other is.
So WHY mark it as a duplicate?
It could look so to the non nerds, who are not interested/have no idea of the level of finesse involved in aircrafts` control laws (and this is totally OK) and to condescending users "very smartly" policing this SE in "Yarrrronguard!" style (and this is NOT ok).
I honestly hope it got marked as a duplicate because of people from the first group and therefore there should be no problem for everybody to read the GREAT answer kindly provided to my question by a very competent and knowledgeable use, realize that such answer is quite different from the answer to the other question since well it is a different question and not a duplicate and remove the duplicate tag from it. It is, in my opinion, very un-smart to have such a great and unique answer sunk behind an inappropriate "duplicate" tag, the antitheses of what a SE site should be.
Furthermore, SE itself says
This question has been asked before and already has an answer. If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new question.
And this is exactly what I did after reading the other question, asking a question going deeply in detail of a specific, single, interesting, aspect of the difference between the two.
May we please unmark it or shall we shut down aviation.SE and put big sign saying that everything is a duplicate of wikipedia.org/aircraft ?
Cheers, and take it easy ;)
EDIT: I'm very happy to see the question has been reopened! And even with a bounty, wow!!! :-) ASAP (1/2 days max) I'll edit it to make it clearer Thanks.