Very often I’ve seen low-quality questions (i.e. questions which don’t fit the requirements for what Good Question is supposed to be) hinted or answered by comments (here one very recent among many other possible examples).
I could be wrong, but my impression is that this habit is accepted or tolerated by the community and, as a consequence, by the team of moderators.
With reference to what stated in the EoQS, I’m convinced that, like ordinary answers to low-quality questions, also answers given by comments “reward users for their low-quality contributions, and encourage further low-quality contributions in the future” and therefore the same actions promoted by the EoQS should be taken also for this kind of behaviour.
From the above reasons here is my question:
are answers given by comments for low-quality questions against the principles stated with the EoQS?
I would appreciate to know the thoughts of the community about that.
P.S. Also feel free to suggest any improvement for the clarity of the text or for the editing.