On most other Stack Exchange sites, answers are in second person. For example, if you ask a question of the form "Can I...?", your answer will be of the form "Yes/no, you can/can't, because you...." But on this site, I've seen some people answering these questions in the form "I can/can't do that, because I...." These people are often not the same person who asked the question, so I'm not really sure where the "I" is coming from or who it's meant to refer to.
(Not linking to examples because I have no desire to invoke the meta effect against these people.)
I find this style of answer confusing and hard to read. Should we edit them? Or is this an acceptable answer format that we should keep?
Obviously I'm not suggesting we blindly replace every instance of "I" with "you." This would need to be done manually and selectively by humans. In particular, we would need to exclude constructions like "Suppose I want to do X, then I need to..." which are not at all confusing and therefore not the subject of this question.