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What do you do with ignoramuses?

Not every question is a good one, that's for sure. Plus you get ones that request an answer "within two hours" (assignment due, clearly). You have options: Vote the question down (which you can do ...
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Does a (legitimate) desire to graduate from beta lead to be (excessively) tolerant of poor questions and/or answers?

As someone who has to respond to flagged questions (for moderation) I can say that I don't personally let a bad question through in the hope that the site comes out of Beta. I don't know exactly what ...
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Does a (legitimate) desire to graduate from beta lead to be (excessively) tolerant of poor questions and/or answers?

The problems with Arduino.SE are: A lot of users that only ask questions (of varying quality) Most (new) users have little experience with programming/hardware Embedded Systems experts aren't ...
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What do you do with ignoramuses?

I saw that one :) I think the best thing to do is pretty much to close the question, and if he asks a similar question AGAIN (because his previous question about the topic has been closed) to just ...
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