What's the use of this helpful website if everyone just post a link of wolf as the answer without much of their own workings?
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Well, not everyone does that. I don't do it (mostly).
just exasperating the situation.. sorry, but seriously, it becomes more and more popular way to do so
Wolf helps a lot for some difficult questions but sometimes people abuse it
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Yeah, but most of the questions on the site are more like homework questions. Questioners really don't care about learning, most of them.
I would disagree with Ishaan, I don't think *most* of our users really aren't interested in help. That said, links to other sites are a matter of life. I often link to a useful Wikipedia article in the CS group when I'm responding. Something that Wolfram or Wikipedia can't do, however, is answer your follow up questions if you don't understand the material.
I mostly don't use wolf.
Because it's a big change, our enforcement is not happening immediately, but rather gradually. However, we're cracking down on answers-only-type responses, and that will increase over the coming couple of weeks. We've decided to shift the site to an emphasis on quality, not quantity or speed.
Well, not *just* speed—we want people to start getting answers quickly, but for the answer to be about learning, not about putting the answer into your homework.