Another answer stated "If they know something is illegal and suggest it anyway, then they really shouldn't be answering at all.". I couldn't agree less. Let's deal with the real world here. not the world as we'd like it to be.
How many sailplane pilots do you know who scrupulously, always observe the mandated cloud clearance requirements (in the US, staying 500' below the base of clouds if below 10K MSL, and staying 1000' below the base of the clouds if above 10K MSL)?
I can imagine a valid upvotable answer in which a person might suggest there are some cases when it might be acceptable to violate the above, especially the last bit (pertaining to above 10K MSL) by a slight bit.
Plus consider the FAA's recent absurd approach to heightened regulations of model airplanes. I can imagine a valid, upvotable answer suggesting that it really might not be such a terrible idea to fly your radio controlled model sailplane to altitudes somewhat higher than 400' AGL in uncontrolled (Class G) airspace, despite the fact that current FAA regulations only provide a path to fly such a craft higher than 400' AGL in controlled (Class E or higher) airspace.
Continuing along the model airplane vein, I can imagine a valid, upvotable answer suggesting that it might not be such a bad idea to completely ignore the absurd "Remote Identification" regulations when flying a toy airplane at an established flying field that has been used for many decades with no problems. Toy airplanes aren't real airplanes and don't need transponders, or gadgets that are pretending to be sort of like transponders.