https://hardwarerecs.stackexchange.com/review/suggested-edits/1946 . It was rejected with "This edit should be its own question.". Just curious if this was just a reflexive reject because it may have looked like a separate question after 2 seconds of review, or how this should be best handled?
I specifically began the edit with "Supplemental details, not looking to hijack the original question, and as to not create a duplicate question."
If I were to post this as a new question (Edit: posted, based on answers/comments), will it not just be closed as a duplicate? (If I were reviewing the new question, I would probably have marked it as such.) Or post the new question, preferably as Community Wiki, and mark the old question as a duplicate of the new one?
This topic appears to be particularly problematic / misunderstood, as the same question was previously closed and deleted at https://superuser.com/questions/291414/usb-ethernet-adapter-with-vlan-support-available .
I am hoping the user community would have a centralized location to be able to monitor progress towards any potential solutions here. This isn't a debate as to "which of the available hardware solutions is the best", but "someone please post an answer when the first solution comes to market that solves this".
I would like to see this effort hosted on Stack Exchange - especially as this isn't an individual concern of mine, but one shared by the community (as was reflected in my suggested edit). I can instead post the challenge to my personal blog - but would rather see it here, if the community is in agreement?