I stumbled upon this question today that was relatively heavily down-voted and put on hold pending review for being off-topic (for asking a debugging question) and not abiding by the SO rules.
All this is fine, but after looking at the profile of the user who posted the question, it turned out to be a self-proclaimed 14 year old female junior programmer who's new in the field.
Depending on the personality of this user, either they will be discouraged and drop SO as a whole or be inspired to discover why her answer was locked and enhance it in the future. However, I believe some leniency is necessary for these junior developers and the question is as follows:
Can we have a 'junior' flag for developers below the age of 18, that singles them as a special case requiring a little bit extra attention from moderators or users trying to answer the questions?
This will obviously create the problem of figuring out who gets the flag and how to verify age and claims, but that's another question for later.