What you are describing here is a blog.
The stackexchange network works differently.
It's a questions and answers format.
Someone asks a specific question, someone answers it.
If everyone will start posting "tutorials" who's going to validate them? Who's going to say that the tutorial is correct?
Anyway... self answered questions are not prohibited.
If the question is well formulated with enough information to recognize the "requirement" the question will be worthy to keep even if you would never show up again.
SE is very good in the area of self curation, means if your question is useless, it will get removed by either close/delete votes, or simply by voting it far enough down(which causes automatic ...
You're the judge. We're not a high-voting culture yet, so just because you haven't seen anyone fave or upvote your question doesn't mean it's not valuable. If there were structural or obvious content issues the questions would have probably been mod'ed by now.
It's not only about new users. Their post get reviewed as Piyush already said, but you'll still find some spam from time to time.
yes so my concern or this is just suggection that we may implement but still some negitive people have down vote it :)
When I find spam posts, I
flag it as spam (gives another downvote)
check user profile for ...
If you have decided that certification is something you want to do then I would say it's still worth it yes. A few months ago release candidate was slated for March next year with full release slated for the end of next year. No idea if that's still the case now and I don't know if anyone really knows if this is accurate (it was also slated for beta ...
There is already a review process for post from new users (First Post Review), which is reviewed by at least one reviewer (privilege awarded to users at 500 rep). While reviewing, a reviewer can improve post by editing or if reviewer found some thing wrong he/she can flag or vote it to close.
You can always flag such post if you found it spam or promotion ...
@Teja bhagavan Kollepara its not only about commands ... you fix nearly every "magneto" typo. So keep on ... :P
(I only disagree with some of your removals of "thank you" lines ... it doesnt hurt and saying THX isnt normal today anymore ... so pls keep them.)
I like this question :)
Yes marius, it is a Q&A platform, but why to answer same/similiar questions again and again?
Wouldn't it be better to link to an approved (wiki) answer?
A very broad question with a self given answer (or suggestions) :P ... How to write a custom extension? ...
I think this could be possible for other questions/tags too ... "...
There are only ten posts on the whole site that contain the string wiki.magento.com, including links and plaintext, so this shouldn't be a problem to do by hand.
However, when I checked those pages out a minute ago, most of the links that pointed at the wiki version of the URL worked just fine for me. For the ones that didn't work, changing the URL to say ...
Now I always prefer M2 over M1 for new projects.
Because we all know in near future Magento will stop its support for M1, right now its just postponed. So may be in 2019 or after that, they might stop their support for Magento 1.
So for my point of view M2 is future.