SE has a culture problem, which is exacerbated by a voting system that doesn't reward the actual best answer, while at the same time encourages rules lawyering and gamification by high-rep users and mods.
The worst thing is, SE widely viewed as unwelcoming to new users, many of whom post what seem to be trainwreck questions, but in reality with a bit of work can morph into nuggets of teachable moments. Some of my highest-scoring answers have started with questions like that.
Like this one. And this.
See, nobody wants to get yelled at when they're asking a question. This seems to be endemic across many the SE sites, including EE.
I'm making it my mission, for now, to push back on this latter issue, at least until I grow bored again or SE collapses under its own weight. The opportunity to help askers is worth it, even if the rules lawyers don't like it.
More about this here: https://dev.to/codemouse92/has-stackoverflow-become-an-antipattern-3icb