Before we stamp it out, there are a few things that need to happen. One of them is deciding which code-trolling questions to keep around. Just like SO keeps old questions around that would be deleted in a heartbeat today, there's no reason not to keep some code-trolling questions around for their historical significance.
Or maybe you think we should purge them all. That's okay too.
There are only 23 code-trolling questions on the site. Since that's not a very large number, that allows us to get the community's opinion on whether each individual question should be kept and given a historical lock (effectively preventing almost any action on the post) or deleted.
Every code-trolling question on the site is listed on that page with three options: Keep, Delete, or Indifferent. If you want the post to be kept (and to get a historical lock), select Keep. If you want it to be deleted, click Delete. Otherwise, click Indifferent. Repeat that process another 22 times, and click submit. Your choices will be added to the spreadsheet here, which will be taken into account when the actual decisions are made.
I feel like that should be stressed: This vote is not solely to determine what questions will be deleted, but it will be used as an indicator of the community's opinion when choosing them.
The choices will be made soon, so get your votes in ASAP! (Really, there's only 23 questions. It doesn't take long.)
If you want to be involved with more than just voting, join us in the chat room to organise/discuss the next steps for dealing with code trolling.