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After posting a question to a professional forum or newsgroup and waiting for a while, you get the following answer(s) from the active forum/newsgroup members:
"Your question does not contain all the required information needed for us to help you.
Please re-write your question, this time make sure you have all the needed info and
we'll try to help."
Another symptom of this error is getting the following answer:
"You question has been answered a zillion times. Please use a decent search engine
and/or search our archives before posting any future questions"
"Google is your best friend"
Other variations of the same answer exist, all depending on the forum/newsgroup quality and percentage of hackers or open source enthusiasts on the forum/newsgroup members list.
In some severe cases, when trying to reply to this answer yourself, you may find out that the nickname you've been using to post on the forum, or that the alias you've been using to read and post on the newsgroup has been banned for any future use.
This article is a loose how-to guide for correct forum and newsgroup question-asking and general netiquette.