I have two suggestions:
- The SSCCE.org link is provided in the faq, as it is used as a model for asking good questions. It just took me quite a while to find a link to it here on Meta, and I use the site daily. This is a link that is relevant to StackOverflow.
Can we change the abbreviation, we use on Stack Exchange from S.S.C.C.E. to something more simple and easy to remember (I am not suggesting we interfere with the SSCCE.org). Given I still cannot remember it, and am a regular user, let alone beginners. One example being:
Concise - Short and Self-contained
Outline - Provide an outline of what has been tried, what doesn't work
Direct - Asks a direct question, not a broad, long winded question
Example - provides an example
Given SSCCE stands for: Short, Self Contained, Correct (Compilable), Example
This is a suggestion and can be improved
This is not a discussion about the validity of the SSCCE format, as it is used as a reason to flag; so this question assumes it is a prefered way to format questions on StackOverflow.
EDIT I'd would rather supply a link to StackOverflow that gives some explanation AND a link to SSCCE rather than provide a link the SSCCE.org and takes the user, immediately, offsite.