|No. Ignoring the trolls will make them continue what they do.|
"When you suspect that somebody is a troll, you might try responding with a polite, mild message to see if it's just somebody in a bad mood. Internet users sometimes let their passions get away from them when seated safely behind their keyboard. If you ignore their bluster and respond in a pleasant manner, they usually calm down.
However, if the person persists in being beastly, and seems to enjoy being unpleasant, the only effective position is summed up as follows:
The only way to deal with trolls is to limit your reaction to reminding others not to respond to trolls.
When you try to reason with a troll, he wins. When you insult a troll, he wins. When you scream at a troll, he wins. The only thing that trolls can't handle is being ignored."
quoted from http://members.aol.com/intwg/trolls.htm#WCBD
Trolls are looking for a reaction. Trolling is like fishing. They set the flame bait, and those that respond are the fish that bite the bait. If you respond they win.