I just don't get it.
There is a set of forums for the SP 2010 products and a different set of forums for the "pre-2010" SharePoint products - i.e. the SP products from 2007, 2003 and (stretching it) 2001.
We are at the moment running at an average of anything between 10 and 20 threads a day that are SP 2010 threads posted to a pre-SP 2010 forum and which thus need to be moved. However that - perhaps surprisingly isn't my main grievance because many of the posters are new posters who don't know there are SP 2010 forums (the old posters who should know better are not my favourite people).
No, the main annoyances are the people (and there are a lot of them) who decide that a 2010, 2009 or even 2008 MOSS 2007 thread in a pre-SP 2010 forum is the place to post a question about SP 2010. This I don't understand one bit because they must have read the thread itself and seen that it was about MOSS 2007.
There was one such genius today. His post in a purely MOSS 2007 thread on a pre-SP 2010 forum started with
"I've tried both solutions with Sharepoint 2010 and Word 2010 and the Document Information Panel is not showing."
Does he really seriously expect that anyone is interested in a MOSS 2007 thread about whether a solution there works or does not work for a completely different product?
Other posts that I also delete are the people who don't even have a question but - again in a MOSS 2007 thread in a pre-SP 2010 forum (and typically one that was closed years before) - post a "reply" saying how x would work if they had SP 2010.
Crazy. If forum readers had SP 2010, they'd be in a SP 2010 forum surely?