Something I really like about these web forae is the anonymity. When I attempt to assist someone with a technical problem, it benefits me to assume that they lack really comprehensive knowledge about computer science. Otherwise, my responses to questions about RAID configs would be links to white papers or certain listings within bibliographies. Instead, I can take a peek at the OP's profile, try to put on their shoes and attempt to help that person solve their perceived problem, if not the real problem. Consider the numerous postings about virtual memory - microfew posters get it right, with or without qualifiers or caveats. I choose to leave that one alone starting now.
No, I do not wonder. I am lurking here of late to enhance my knowledge of the new OS. I have found a handful of people that see the big picture and also understand that the OS is simply a tool. I belong to other forums populated by persons who use other tools that I also employ. I dig the anonymity there as well.
Oddly, at this forum I have found persons that I readily admire and I have posted pictures of my family - ripping the veil as it were. I have not done that elsewhere.