Somebody asked a question.
I take solving the issue for a nice challenge which requires communicative interaction with the person who asked the question.
I.e., I see several ways of approaching the issue, with different benefits and different drawbacks. What to consider the best approach depends on the specific needs and the workflow on the side of the person who asked the question.
I.e., testing and feedback might be interesting during the process of developing a solution which - when that process is terminated - can, e.g., be posted to TeX-LaTeX StackExchange as an answer.
Therefore I would like to contact the person who asked the question in order to
- express my point of view, i.e., that effective help requires communicative interaction.
- convey my own e-mail adress as a means of communication.
This way the person who asked the question is free to decide whether s/he is inclined to communicate/interact with me and whether to reveal contacting details to me.
What is the best way of doing this via TeX-LaTeX StackExchange given that the person who asked the question does not provide contacting details in her/his profile and given that I don't like making my own e-mail adress available to the public?