There are several comments, such as "this is Linux but not Ubuntu, ask on Unix SE," "This is Windows, ask on SuperUser," "this release has reached EOL," "this is Ubuntu-based but not an official flavour," etc that appear commonly on this site. I've noticed several users repeatedly use the same comments for these, such as guiverc's one for questions about 14.04:
Only supported releases of Ubuntu (standard support) are on-topic for this site. Ubuntu 14.04 LTS is EOL (end-of-life) thus off-topic, and Ubuntu 14.04 ESM is in extended support and only supported by Canonical via Ubuntu Advantage thus also off-topic here. Refer https://askubuntu.com/help/on-topic https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades https://fridge.ubuntu.com/2019/05/02/ubuntu-14-04-trusty-tahr-reached-end-of-life-on-april-25-2019-esm-available/
And, again guiverc's, comment for version numbers:
Ubuntu 18? Do you mean Ubuntu Core 18? or Ubuntu 18.04 LTS ? or something else? The year format release, are different products to the more common year.month products; the year products are snap only so everything is containerized, thus impacting configs. Please specify your release, as there is no Ubuntu 18.
(haven't seen that one re-used, but still applicable)
Is it ok to copy these comments (and of course other ones by other users, guiverc's were just the two most recent ones I saw) and use them on different posts?