Questions tagged [low-quality]
You have a question about what is considered "low-quality" on the site, which may cause questions to be closed and answers to be deleted.
Is the "what if I run at full throttle all the time" question low quality?
What happens if the engines were kept on full throttle all flight long? (except for the approach and landing) This question received a negative score and was flagged as low quality. But while I ...
Why is this clearly wrong answer "Looks OK"?
https://aviation.stackexchange.com/review/low-quality-posts/57671 It is clearly wrong as pointed out in a comment, which makes it beyond saving, and the single Looks OK closed the review. Deleting low-...
Repeat no-effort answers, Looks OK or Delete?
As an example, which does happen every now and again, this answer: https://aviation.stackexchange.com/a/72384/14897 It is a one-liner that was posted four hours after two back-to-back answers, and ...
SR-71 cool story comment posted as an answer
This post IMO (and others per the votes/comments and a flag) should not be an answer: https://aviation.stackexchange.com/a/50294 (+6/-2) It's a cool comment that can be posted as such by linking to ...
Appealling for question ban to be lifted
I've had a couple of bad questions but overall I have a positive reputation and offended no one that I know of? How can I earn the privilege to ask again? Can I have a time when it will be lifted?
Can we perhaps be a little more serious with the LQP queue?
I noticed today in the Low Quality Posts queue, there were at least 2 votes of "Looks OK" on this answer to the question about bug spray in airliners. It's deleted now, but this was the text of the ...
'helicopter' tagged questions need improvement!
I've been going through all the helicopter questions, and the quality of the answers is quite low, so I have been working to improve them: https://aviation.stackexchange.com/search?tab=active&q=...
Should "call up the FSDO" be regarded as an answer?
I was taking a look at the following answer, which said: Call up your local FSDO (that's the acronym for the FAA's Flight Standards District Office) and ask them. Go to the source! Now this could ...
What can we do about users asking bizarre, inappropriate questions repeatedly?
Consider the questions of User Danny Beckett: He asks if he should bring parachutes and oxygen canisters on planes to increase his chances of survival. He asks about the meal-details of the crew, to ...