Yes, honesty and integrity should be encouraged.
As this community has evolved since its beginning, and based on the interactions I've seen and had regarding badly or incompletely written questions, playing "gotcha" with questions is, to me, both dishonest and at times insulting. It's the kind of games people play on a discussion forum.
This Is Not A Discussion Forum
As we all try to sincerely explain or inquire about various Christian beliefs and teachings, as well as Christian understanding, dishonesty and playing "gotcha" games is completely at odds with the norms of this site as currently curated by the mods.
Beyond rudeness, isn't being dishonest by default not nice?
"In summary, be good to each other."
Being dishonest is not being good to each other, and from a Christian point of view, is not loving your neighbor as yourself.
Encourage Openness, Sincerity, and Integrity
If we don't, then we are worse off for it.
Why this site is most excellent
The open, sincere, and thorough efforts in both asking and answer questions, and in many cases getting clarification through non snarky, sincere comments when a question or answer doesn't register, or is on a topic where someone (like me) has serious weaknesses or no background.