I've noticed a proliferation of people posting snarky answers or comments on question's that have poor phrasing or terminology, which annoys me, as it serves only to drive away new, and potentially valuable, users.
For instance on this question it is obvious, at least to me, that the original poster was looking for non-trivial examples. Instead what they got was an avalanche of posters making zero effort, trivial, non-answers. Additionally, people were in general not very nice in the comments, acting as though they are infinitely smarter than the original poster, despite completely misrepresenting their question.
While this is only a specific example, I have seen this play out over and over, and it serves only to harm the site. Shouldn't people be properly answering, editing, or even flagging (if appropriate) these kinds of questions? Wouldn't that be a better use of time than adding to the pool of pointless answers out of spite?
I mean, it says right on the tour page that the site is "for people studying math at any level." I just don't understand how this community can claim such great inclusivity, while simultaneously humiliating new users' questions. If this site is intended for only incredibly difficult problems, that is one thing, but for a site that claims to be "[building] a library of detailed answers to every question about math." Come on.