We know that certain people, especially the ones with English as their second language, are struggling to get answers at SO. I happened to notice a fitting example moments ago, here.
All of us could agree that language doesn't have to be a barrier for asking help here. I was just wondering, with all the great minds at Stack Exchange, couldn't we have a solution to this, rather than simply ignoring the fact & moving on?
As said here:
Users whose first language is not English are already at a sharp disadvantage, which is why their close ratio is higher...
By any means, is Stack Exchange waiting for browsers to address this as well?
If not, why can't we begin with :
And maybe stretch goals, like language help/correction as per the user's region in their profile.
For example, Indian people tend to make different sort of errors than the Chinese.
PS: It took me three edits to get this post to be this correct & I still doubt it is.