This question already has an answer here:
- How to best handle no effort questions? 3 answers
Note: I am aware of this question. I want to ask a different question, even though the wording is the same. The lack of "effort" I am talking about does not lie in the formulation of the OP's question.
As you can see in this thread, a lot of people on math.SE think we should close the questions which show no effort toward a solution and seem to be plain copied/pasted homework.
I personally would not close them. But I understand why some people think this way. And if they're a majority...
The problem is that none of the listed closing reasons apply to this case, as they currently stand.
I am aware of Jeff Atwood♦'s answer here. Maybe it does it for some other SE sites. but it does not work for math.SE. The "no effort" questions under consideration there are real questions, make perfect sense, and can easily be answered. So by no means they can be closed for not being real questions.
I am not sure how things work here in these matters. But I think there should be a sort of survey asking whether we should actually closed "no effort" questions. And if a majority say yes, then:
Question: Would it be possible to create a new closing reason for "no effort" questions?