Earlier today I posted a question which, I feel, doesn't require code. It's a general knowledge sort of question, rather than one specific to faulty code. Granted, the question came about because I had some code that wasn't working, but that's because I'm doing something I've never done before and am unfamiliar with.
The question can be found here.
The question has received comments requesting for code and I assume the downvotes are also because of an omission of code. I don't know that this is entirely fair since, as I said, this is a general knowledge question - I'm not supplying code because I don't want an explanation of why a certain bit of code isn't working, I'm looking for an answer to a question.
So, are we requiring code too often? Has the expectation that people include their code in their questions become too stringent that we don't respond to questions that don't necessarily need code? Do we, in fact, actually not want questions if they don't include specific pieces of code?