If they are terrible adviser, how can he give amazing answer,.it is not like, he ask other person, to give answer for him, it not his job or exam, it is what he feels,or know.And if he have knowledge he is good adviser.
If they give an amazing answer I will usually tell them and give a star. If they give terrible advice that could cause harm I will usually mention that too. If they just say something dumb, maybe, maybe not.
Um... It depends if I asked the question. If I asked yes, I'll give them their credit by giving them a star. If someone else asked then I don't give it, because the top answer will have to most stars. And if I'm adding stars to other people's answers how will my answer be the top answer?
It depends on the answer, if it was amazing I give a star. But if the answer made my heart race I'll let them know. Now, if the answer was terrible I usually don't care unless it offends me or the person asking the question, then I tell them how wrong or rude they were by posting that.
I think people should be acknowledged when they do something worthwhile or do it well. If they give a terrible answer, they should be corrected, not necessarily criticized. Some people give bad advice not because they mean to. Maybe they are unaware that the advice they're giving is bad, maybe that answer is something they raised with, no one never taught them differently or correctly. But I do think that when someone is being mean or crude or trying to be cool/funny @ somebody else's expense that the situation doesn't call for that they should be put in their place & learn how to behave as mature people.