I don't understand why this is so commonplace on StackOverflow. I mean sure it's a bit more understandable for new users, but honestly if you don't even put in the effort to make a question readable, how can you expect other people to put in the effort to give you a quality answer?
It is especially bad for people who may not have the best English. That fact alone is perfectly okay, but at least make an effort to capitalize your "i"s and use "you" instead of "u".
Maybe I'm just weird, but from the first question I ever posted on this site, I've always used proper spelling, capitalization, and grammar. I do use abbreviations and "texting" language on social networks such as Facebook, but I've always considered SO to be a community in which professionalism is more highly valued. I'm looking for any insight you guys can offer on this matter.
What can we do to enforce using of proper English in posts, and not a slang that may be very hard to understand for non-native speakers?