I have noticed something that I see over and over again, typically when a question is asked (across multiple categories). What I see is that somebody (usually a TL2 or TL3) responds to a question with something like this:
Put your xxx in the correct format please, here is a link to it: (insert link)
I find this quite annoying, and I would like to see it stop if possible. Having a big hello at the top followed by a nit-picky observation probably makes the person asking the question feel dumb. I have experienced this myself, and it makes me feel exactly that, dumb and stupid for asking what seemed like an obvious question in the first place.
A lot of times the people coming to the community or people that use the community just to ask a simple question about IF or something like that will not want to be a part of a community that makes them look kind of dumb.
I suggest that the higher-ups answering questions should try to be helpful by responding with something more like this:
Hi there! The answer to your question is xxx. Hope this helps!
A nice low-key answer to the question might attract more people to the community, and would prevent frustration (after all, when you are a TL0 and you never use the IFC who really cares about correct format or whatever!).
Many users already answer kindly, but I just am trying to remind those who may not.
If a mod feels like this is unecessary, feel free to close, no offence taken