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    No mention of Cunningham’s Law?

    The best way to get the right answer on the Internet is not to ask a question, it’s to post the wrong answer.

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      It may work and the idea is funny, but it’s anti-social behaviour. Then the whole internet just fills up with wrong answers.

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        But done in earnest, it makes for a good question. “I’m trying to do a thing; here’s what I’ve tried so far (yes, I know it’s wrong).” It lines up nicely with point 1 in the article.

        Plus, wrong is a spectrum; just look at Stack Overflow. There’s right answers, wrong answers, right answers for the wrong questions, answers that are technically correct but completely insane, answers that were right 3 years ago…

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          I just got it to work with my Kubernetes article.