My question (In inverse theory, how do I transform the averaging kernel matrix to a new grid?) earned me the tumbleweed badge: Asked a question with no votes, no answers, no comments, and low views for a week. What is the "take home" message for that?
- No downvotes – it is apparently not considered a bad question.
- No close votes – it is apparently not considered off-topic.
- No comments, no upvotes, no answers (before I figured out my own answer a week later, and posted it).
What can I learn from the tumbleweed badge? What is the "take home" message when I get it? Is such a question too specialised, too localised, or simply not very interesting?
(Edit: It seems this post has generated some attention to the linked question, eliminating its former tumbleweed status. But the question remains.)