You all know we're fighting our zombies.
I check the "Unanswered Question" from time to time, like some of you I guess.
I happen to see "poor quality" questions (or super complicated one, but those are ok). By poor quality I mean questions that don't show the whole code, questions without context
Now, I'm wondering what should be done to deal with those "poor quality" zombies. Most people (including myself) won't review them, because it's hard to follow OP's intent, or the reviews will be poor because the question is poor. (I know this won't always be the case, I am generalizing)
I feel like starting a close vote on unanswered questions might be "cheating" and I don't want to be targeted as "the guy who tried to close zombies so we have less of them". But at the same time, some of these questions might never get answers because they are unclear.
Here are some questions I feel are "poor quality" :
- Possible memory leak with WPF Custom Control?
- Keeping WebBrowser control's DocumentCompleted event handlers
- Architecture to cache data
- Drawing faster than SlimDX?
I'll stop there, maybe some of these won't be good example to your eye or maybe I'm too difficult.
What is the community's feeling about this? How should we deal with poor quality zombies? Or, am I too demanding toward questions?