I was just thinking whether some questions really belongs to a life hack or not. I tried to find the criterion to select whether it belongs to a life hack or not but couldn't find an explanation for most of those votes which we have given yet and which I have mostly seen. Most votes given up are mainly because we feel that such questions affects our daily lives. Some viewers also vote it down but only a few give reasons to do so (something which is irrational and vile behaviour towards community). The complete chaos comes next.
If viewers are voting a question both up and down, what does this implies? It implies that there are no standard rules or order by virtue of which a question or an answer is being voted.
I am asking this question because we must not decide it ourselves whether a question is good or not by just seeing whether it benefits us as a community because we won't really know, whether it does or not? People belong to different countries, their ways of living are different, their culture is different, their environment is different and so there are different solutions to their problem as per these situations.
A person who is living in a forested area and is facing problems from something say for example animals (mouse, monkeys, apes), insects (millipede, fleas, mosquitoes) or any other critters and asking a question related to it, should we consider that everyone in the world face such problems? There are many people who asked questions in which they would like to hack situations related to their social class and background, but every person in not poor nor they live in developed countries where technology has taken core existence. The poor person would expect a different answer and voting down his questions, if one don't like it, disrespects his questions, his situation, his background and many more.
Here I will give some examples
There was once a question like this how would we kill a single mosquito. Many viewers voted it down. When I saw it I myself realised that it'ss a worthy question at least for me and shouldn't have been voted down so I voted it up. Why did the others vote it down? Was the question not good, or should I feel ashamed that I have to face such situations in night where it is really a problem dealing with few mosquitoes and others do not. No, I am not to blame. My surrounding is neat and clean. The reason was that mosquitoes were just beginning to rise here due to some drainage problem and finally, we have solved it. One wont deny that a single mosquito is dangerous.
Here is another link of my answer being voted down but still I don't know why?
If one likes we may start making the criterion from here.