The distribution of <a href="https://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/three.js" target="_blank">three.js</a> tagged question is something like this:
The distribution of three.js tagged question is something like this:
I notice a lot of the questions simply go unanswered. Some do get downvoted though.
I find myself writing more comments than answers lately. Sometimes I link to MCVE, and sometimes I explain why the question is not three.js-related and remove the tags.
Other times, users accept answers that are wrong. They ask one question, but within there's a different problem hidden. The accepted answer usually focuses on the problem, rather than the question. This is when I usually suggest to edit the question, but some times I urged for the different answers to be accepted.
It doesn't seem that there are too many people responding to
three.js, and I'm also under the impression that a lot of the questions are asked by people who register specifically to ask that question.
Is it possible to somehow urge the users to read MCVE before posting a question with this tag?
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