untill "bad" answers can flood "hard-to-answer"
questions, monastery will be mostly only for easy questions
and to check a reaction and quickness of answerer rather
his real ability to answer!
Please explain what you mean by "bad" answers. I can
find plenty of hard questions that received excellent
answers, for instance:
...and that's just looking through my last 50 nodes for
the hard questions that I've taken a poke at.
I'm trying to see the problem, but I don't think it's
The hell with paco, vote for Erudil!
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