Is there anything we should do from Salesforce.stackexchange or meta.salesforce.stackexchange to report faulty information when we find it in Salesforce documentation?
Things would get fixed a lot faster if more people were made aware and the send feedback button on the Salesforce Documentation pages were utilized in mass. I didn't know if there was any process to get people on StackExchange to particpate to help make documentation better in general, or if StackExchange determines that they only deal with fixing problems with the actual Salesforce org and not documentation in general?
I couldn't really come up with many pros and cons of this but this pro seems pretty significant. It makes it easier down the line to debug issues if you know the documentation you are using is correct and also makes it easier for new Users to adopt if the documentation is correct.
1) Documentation for SFDC would get fixed more quickly.
1) These add additional questions that don't directly assist people in their Salesforce org.