Just a suggestion...could there be an addition to the CoC stating that askers shouldnt ask things like "could someone help me" or "i need help" or anything like that..rather ask the question immediately or state that there would be an attachment/drawing. Sometimes it becomes a waste of time for answerers to wait for the asker to ask the question when if the question was just stated the answerers could get to work already. :DDD
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thats tends to be more of an annoyance than an actual code of conduct concern. IMO
well..i just saw a lot lately haha =))) i guess that's a no huh?
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Well it does become a code of conduct issue when people are posting "Please I need help." OR "Help me answer this question: http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/4f751012e4b0f07ddab16a00" AS their question. This is not cool, but the close question feature kinda fixes that little problem. However, it will be interesting to see if people now start spamming other questions with help request replies. I have already seen this a few times before close a question. I wonder if it will be more frequent now.