I recently came across this question, which is (rightfully) closed as having no victory condition. Most of the existing answers don't aim for any particular goal other than answering the question, so reopening the question as code-golf would be a bad idea.
However, it's a question that's fairly obvious to ask with a victory condition. Someone tried a while back, asking this popularity-contest. It was almost immediately closed as a duplicate. As such, there's currently nowhere you can go to post answers to the question in question (and it's a fairly obvious question, given how many variants on it have been posted).
My question here is partially about those posts, but mostly about the general case. If a question receives answers, and is rightfully closed for not having an objective victory criterion, should we allow the question to be reposted, specifying a victory criterion, without closing the reposts as duplicates?