The Community user sometimes brings ashore questions that are obviously dead. Dead meaning
- The user has deleted their account
- The question is unanswerable without further information.
Questions like this have a likelihod of 0.00000% of ever turning into a useful resource. It usually doesn't take an expert in the field to determine that because the wording is obviously hazy, and/or the questions are riddled with "more info please" type comments.
Wouldn't it make sense to allow people to flag these questions as "dead wood"? And have moderators delete them after review? Or would this put too much strain on the moderators, or is it undesirable for some other reason?
Related: What happens to dead questions?