In a recent question about problems with Ask Ubuntu, the topic of low-quality, incomplete, pseudo-bug-report questions came up. From What to do with questions that describe known bugs?, I was under the impression that problems needed to be duly processed, identified, and linked to bug reports to be closed as such. However...
Don't we need a bug link to close? While it's nice to talk about what we should do, in practice identifying problems and finding/creating their bug reports is a pretty daunting administrative burden. Meanwhile, dumping a question like that on AU takes twenty seconds. – Me
We're a Q+A site, not a bug tracker for people who don't want to use a bug tracker. – Jorge Castro
So, do I have to buy drinks for everyone?