Well, I'm blind so, perhaps, this question could seem stupid for most of you.
When I write questions on Stack Overflow, often I'm blocked for some code formatting error and, sometimes, I don't understand where the problem is.
One example: p:dataTable and MalformedByteSequenceException
… tell me why I should press
<br/> Where could be the problem? <br/> The xhtml page (that contained a h:dataTable) was modify replacing the dataTable and the column tag with those of PrimeFaces, the class was modify to return a List object and not a DataModel...<br/> I saw this example:<br/> http://www.primefaces.org/showcase-labs/ui/datatableSorting.jsf <br/> and it seems simple to add the sorting option because I must not add any specific code into java's class...<br/> However here it is my code:<br/>
for inserting the question.
So my suggestion is: Why don't you add an option for "calling" a moderator to a question and see why it is malformed?
It could be simple — a flag that permits inserting of a question but not with visibility for all. You could give the moderators the "power" to give a
-X reputation penalty if they see an abuse of this option. Or, you could limit this option to a certain number (for each day/month/year or whatever).
What do you think about this?