Is there any reasonable standard for the minimum effort we'd like to see before answering an otherwise rote question?
I'm fairly new to this site (despite what my profile says, I really only started posting a few weeks ago), so forgive me if my question isn't bad in some way. I've spent most of my time in the newest feed and I've come across some great questions. I've also seen many zero effort posts. Obviously some number of those posters will never give effort. I have no interest in them.
What I am concerned about is a well-intentioned poster who doesn't realize what kind of effort we'd expect before we'd consider answering. Perhaps I'm concerned about the empty set. If there's evidence to suggest that no (or few) such people exist, that would satisfy my question. If not, I'd love a standardized example I could link to and say "here's what your post should look like" rather than ask them for progress or effort. Perhaps this is already incorporated into the moderation process or something. Is there anything like what I'm imagining? Is there even a standard in the first place?