Note: if I directly point you out, please don't take it personal
I've noticed for some time now that while I've been cleaning up, that there are quite a few active, higher rep users, that are posting what is to be considered low quality answers (or in reality short answers). For example:
- Wubi installer available for Suse Linux
- Print the file name with another extension (Batch-program)
- Sending e-mails that cannot be forwarded
- Can I fake the amount of VRAM I have on my computer
- How can I open a file read-only from command line with emacs/vi/vim
- Desktop Bulk-Emailer Suggestion?
- What would cause ripple interference on a monitor display attached to computer via VGA?
- Best software for creating icons?
- Stop Windows 7 from searching while I’m typing in the search field, and wait for me to press Enter
- My windows directory is huge
And many many more....
My question is this. While technically correct, these answers are very short, and typcially not helpful to the community most times, while the other times, it's an indicator of a terrible question. Should we edit, flag, close the question, comment the answer? I have been mainly ignoring them, but feel that there are plenty enough that we should probably address this issue.