I wanted to quickly write this, because I think more people will probably experience the same, and I wanted to see what others were experiencing. Practically every question I post because it's not 100% perfect. Sure, the site has also helped me solve a problem or two, but quite some questions I've posted get downvoted. For example, today I asked about something in Go. In Go, interfaces are implicit. It means you don't explicitly state that you implement an interface; if an objects method signatures match what the interface expects, it's considered an implementation. I was playing around with this and had a question. In relation, I was doing this through a plugin mechanism. Within an hour, my question was downvoted twice. I get some snarry response saying that plugins have nothing to do with things, and I'd face this problem anyway. I also get comments (which did partially answer my question) which said interfaces in Go are implicit, but it doesn't work the way I was trying to because functioins are concrete types. Which mostly answers my questions, but the downvoting seems unnecessary and demotivating. Does anyone else have the same feeling? Or perhaps a better question, is there anyone that has more experience on SO and can give some tips on how to get them to just be constructive?