Not trying to be rude, but this is the case we are having. Most of the people here are replying to threads with little thinking, or even without knowledge. On the plugin development forum, every day I see different people replying different threads with wronger and wronger answers. This is definitely detrimental to the growth of the community. We are accumulating more and more wrong posts here, and people won't even edit them. This makes future readers confused. Now we are already seeing how this fire is spreading. For example, the infamous sign block ID 323 redundancy, bad practices (e.g. using static fields, using global variables, comparing an int with a string using ==), etc. These are happening not because people don't know the correct answer, but that they aren't concerned at all. Therefore, the purpose of this thread is to propose that people who provide a solution to threads should be accountable for what they say. They are not only replying to that thread. They are not only answering the post author. They are providing information (or false information) to the whole community, present and future, known and unknown people. Meanwhile, many are providing poor solutions, just to let people who know even less think that they are providing a solution and give them likes. I understand that there are occasionally mistakes. This is acceptable. But it is unacceptable when you obviously know nothing at all and providing an apparently non-accidental invalid or even irrelevant solution. There should be measures to make people more responsible for what they say. For instance, if people do not correct their wrong posts after they have been reminded, or if their posts are as useless as spamming, they should be warned by moderators.