The recent questions by pseudonymous emulator user(s) got me thinking.
In this question wizzwizz4 said the following:
It would be a lot easier for us if you stuck with one account.
I'm here purely for the questions and answers. The only reason I made an account under this name (named after the late Google Knol) is so I could accept an answer to a question I posed - the system wouldn't allow me to do so with the half-activated account it produces when you type in a name and e-mail on the Ask screen.
I'd much rather remain completely anonymous and not sign up at all, and have all my site activity completely dissociated.
I'm not interested in maintaining a reputation (I find the SE system not to my taste; if I could turn off the score display for myself (so my score isn't shown to others) and others (so I can't see their scores) I'd do that.) I've had several high-scoring answers and questions on RCSE previously under other names.
I don't intend to maintain my current name any longer than I have to for courtesy's sake. (It'd be a bit transparent if I had another question about Turbo C for example.) The pseudonymous emulator user(s) (regardless of the content of their questions) are doing exactly what I intend to do - and I believe I'm treating their questions in good faith.
It's my belief that if the questions posed are answerable, and interested users make a best-effort approach to answering them directly, informatively, and relatively professionally, that's all that matters. Names are neither here nor there.
Does my approach to wanting to not maintain an account present an issue?