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From time to time I see a question that appears to have come from someone who thinks they are asking a question of SpaceX rather than a StackExchange community. Is there anything we can do to avoid such people wasting their time, and ours?

This is the most recent: Long(r) time perspective

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  • $\begingroup$ I'm not sure where would be the best place for it. Maybe the Tour? It would have to be a feature request. $\endgroup$ – called2voyage Jan 15 at 14:18
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I don't think so. There's tons of ways to note that it isn't official, and we don't have a URL that would indicate this is the fact. Some times people post such things anyways, but I don't think adding a disclaimer anywhere would change that fact in any meaningful way.

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Speaking from experience, people wouldn't read it anyways. It's not as big a deal here as it is in other places, though. You can always reword a decent question (via edits) into ones that aren't conversational but answerable (provided it's not Too Broad like the example). At least he did take that advice and break his question up

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