For example, this question is a pretty straightforward question with a few straightforward answers. However, a number of the answers are versions of "don't bother making biscuits/slots by hand, use dowels/T&G, etc." I think these are best left as comments (and there IS a comment saying just that!). A real answer will provide information specifically requested in the question (how to cut the damned joint by hand). Should these types of answers be regulated more heavy-handedly, or is the general consensus that things are ok as is?
I feel like I'm seeing increasingly more of these lately. I understand that we all want to solve the problem, but SE is structured in this way to minimize cross-talk between opinions and answers to the actual question as stated. To some extent, a question, once posted, belongs to the SE archive - not the OP, which is why it can be edited, etc.