I have been hanging around SO for a year and a bit and hugely appreciate the quality of the questions and answers, and the ethos of the site. The polite and constructive atmosphere is very welcome. One thing that I also appreciate about SO is the intention that questions should be specific and have more general applicability.
Maybe it's just me, but I seem to have noticed an increase in the number of "debugging" or "I would like to write a program to ensure world peace - how do I do this" questions. Or maybe I'm getting more aware of what "ideal" questions are.
My question is this: to help ensure that SO continues to grow, in a constructive manner, keeping quality focussed (and other management speak), should there be a more active "question review" process for people asking questions who are new or have limited reputation? For example, could review become mandatory for all questions asked by people who have less than 20 days visited the site or less than 25 reputation? ie the question won't appear unless it passes this review.