While there may be some debate as to whether Ron included "What he tried", I don't necessarily feel that a question should be judged on the merit of only one metric or criteria. Is it possible that some questions are complex enough to not justify this requirement?
One of the other criteria we use to measure a question's value on StackOverflow is to ask if it's a question that could be solved with a quick Google Search.
There are countless examples of one-liner questions on the site where a quick Google search can find the answer, even if it's not a topic that you as an answerer are familiar with. There are closed questions on SO with a comment in the question posted by me that says "here's the link", yet as the commenter, I knew very little to nothing of the subject.
This question, on the other hand, is one where I'm not even sure where to start in terms of Googling the answer. Should we not make room on the site for questions where the subject matter is more advanced? This isn't one of those "My code threw an error and I'm not going to tell you the error because I don't know what a debugger is" type questions; instead, this appears to be a question on a topic that's much more advanced, asked by someone legitimately trying to understand more about it.
Perhaps I'm just particularly ignorant when it comes to this topic, but perhaps this is one we should rethink.