March 25, 2015
One problem is the way one might have an answer to other questions whether to answer to people in expert fashion or not. Can it be made possible to have "general" split into "newbies" and "advanced" groups?
I don't know but I think lots of starters lurk on the sides intimidated to do, ask or say anything otherwise.
Edited 6 hours later:
As long as it is felt answers are all getting "hit on the head" it may not matter much. But new posted questioners should somehow be encouraged to state level of expertise and locations etc. And that No questions are too dumb. Too bad it's not required in the user naming field to insert location.
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April 6, 2015
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December 30, 2017
As a "Newbie" I also feel that knowing where the writer is located would be beneficial. Advice given from someone in the same climate carries more weight for my needs. Comments posted by someone in a different location are still enjoyable to read, but maybe they won't be as pertinent to my situation.
Another aspect of this is that it's interesting to know where people live, it adds to the richness of the conversation.
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