PS: I don't know that other guy; I just want to help that user for the issue he is fighting for.
Sometimes I have observed that people just join Stack Overflow and ask a question. They have less than 20 points. I try to help them but the number of comments keep on increasing.
One of the reasons could be that the other person is just a newbie, stuck with a configuration issue or something. (I observed this issues mostly with newbies.)
Now the problem is that I can't ask that user to come to the chat room cause he doesn't have enough reputation.
How to solve this issue:
- Keep commenting on the question because he is not having enough reputation.
- Ask him to ask some good questions or answer some questions to earn points and by that time leave this issue. But if he is newbie then this thing doesn't make sense for him.
- Vote up his two questions, and ask one of your friend to vote up too or ask your four friends to vote up (P&C).
What should I do? Basically, what do Stack Exchange's laws (FAQs) say?
I feel this is kind of important because some of them are totally newbie and being stuck with configurations is frustrating for them.