I know I'm risking excommunication here but nevermind.
A few weeks ago, I posted a (legitimate, I think) question about issues while connecting two PCs via RDP over the same home network.
At first I received very interesting insight from @harrymc, who seemed genuinely determined to help me.
Then I had to face a slew of comments about the shape and form of my question, rather than about how to help me solve my problem.
It seems to me that this place should show more empathy and benevolence towards original posters, because when they post their questions here, it means they're in need of help.
I understand the need to keep the place nice and tidy, and that rules must be set to ensure it stays that way, but still, deleting a whole conversation without even trying to answer the question in the first place seems kind of extreme and hypocritical to me.
There's no shame in saying you don't have an answer to a question, but to quash the question altogether because someone took the liberty to bump it in order to get answers just shows how little consideration you have for those in need of help.
I'll probably die on this hill, very soon.
Still, I said what I said.