I am getting (slightly) fed up with all the questions of (mostly) unregistered users, which go like: 'I want this or that, please implement my code' or 'Here is my
code, what is wrong?'. I agree that banning unregistered users from asking questions is bad.
So I was thinking: Is it possible to add a filter to the Questions page and only show the unregistered users if a (registered) user wants to?
Now, I understand that this might give problems for unregistered users not to get their questions answered (which is the same as banning them), but this is/can be prevented by:
- As each registered user can choose to filter out or not, there are probably enough users left who are willing to write or debug these problems.
- Showing a warning when an unregistered user submits a new question, telling that not all registered users get to see the question. And, that it might be a good idea to register before asking the question. (might result in less unregistered users...?)
- Building a filter which passes only X% of the unregistered users questions.
I understand the 'sensitivity' of this subject. But having registered users losing their interest in answering questions would be worse than this feature request I think.
user23083502as their user name does not mean they're unregistered.