Does anyone else think that there should be a "debugging-help" tag that should be used for all questions where people require debugging help? This is to separate debugging issues from conceptual issues. Of course, it seems like more then 70% of questions would fall under this "debugging-help" tag.
Also, I want to carefully note the difference between "debugging-help" and "debugging" which I feel is should be related to questions the process of debugging, about IDE's etc. I'm making a distinction here.
It would help people organize all those questions that are like "I'm getting this error and here's my code. Can you help?" These questions are generally helpful in a much different way than conceptual questions, and often only help the person who made a silly typo.
Pro's and con's of this would be interesting to discuss.
Edit: In retrospect, I understand why this question received down votes. However, there is a major issue on SO in my opinion, and that is that oodles of questions are basically nothing but debugging help. That they aren't systematically closed is very inconsistent with the standpoint of SO not being a debugging help site.