On the Ask a Question page, users are currently faced with this:
state the purpose of your code, and mention any major concerns.
I have recently started commenting on many questions with this comment:
As we all want to make our code more efficient or improve it in one way or another, try to write a title that summarizes what your code does, not what you want to get out of a review.
I suggest removing the "mention any major concerns" from that hint (possibly replacing it with something else) as I believe we want to prevent question titles to be more unique and not in the form of:
- "How can this code be improved?"
- "Is this PHP code safe from SQL injection?"
- "Does this title contain the word 'this'?"
All questions on Code Review are about this code, we should consider banning 'this' from question titles.
- Remove the 'mention any major concerns' from the title hint
- Consider banning the word 'this' from question titles