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Thank you for the kind words, Yuval! You are an inspiration -- and it's a pleasure to be a part of this community.


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We should not treat unregistered users any differently. Stack Exchange does not require registration so we shouldn't infer anything from a user's decision not to register. I suspect that, in this privacy-conscious age, quite a lot of people will be reluctant to register when doing so is optional. Posts should be judged on their own merit, not on whether or ...


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Whether a user account is unregistered or registered is a technical detail that should not have any influence on how they are treated. Anyone is free to decline to answer or curate questions from unregistered users, or questions from users whose name starts with A, or questions from users whose avatar includes more green pixels than blue pixels. That's ...


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I have some suggestions: Judge questions on their merit. Personally, I'd like to judge questions on their merits, rather than by who they are from. I'm not suggesting this as a policy to enforce on others (how could we?), but rather as a goal that I'd like to aspire to. Perhaps you might like to join me in those aspirations? Be constructive. Let's use ...


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Treat them equal ... as far as content goes. I don't see any reason to moderate or otherwise interact differently. Of course, it's everybody's prerogative to not answer questions by unregistered users, if they feel they're likely to "waste their time". (I don't hold that opinion, but I've seen it uttered.) But tell them about the objective benefits of ...


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