Assalamu 'alaikum wa rahmatu Allah wa barakatuh.
I think it's a must that we make a decision on this.
When an answer is posted, should we always declare the Sect in which's view the answer is posted?
As the site is about Islam, an answer is expected to have a default sect if the sect is not mentioned, it's not a good idea to put a rule that the sect must be specified in every single answer, nor can we really as new users will not know that, it'll be tiring to have a new kind of comment-on-each-new-post that tells that. There must be a "default".
As the Wikipedia Article mentions, the vast majority of Muslims are Sunni Muslims, so a new reader will expect the default answer to be according to the Sunni sect, doesn't he? further more, it's more likely that when a user posts a new answer, he/she will not mention the sect if he knows it's the view of the majority, on the other hand he/she will try to make it clear that it's a "special" view.
I suggest that we make a voting, whether there should be a "default" sect for answers or not.
I'll post two answers below, vote for the one you agree to.
Voting will be closed after 7 days after the question is posted.
P.S 1: I hope you don't take it sectarianism, I'm not trying to promote one sect over the others, I'm trying to make a convention that fits the real world.
P.S 2: Of course, answers to questions that mention a preffered sect in the answer shouldn't mention the sect if it was the same as the preferred one, and should mention it if it is another sect even if it was the sect of the majority.