The title refers, and this is the situation that I want to focus my question, when a poor question asked by a new user is put on hold after few minutes*.
To be concise about those cases in which I am interested are the worst questions of new users. I mean questions that being well intentionally the title is poor or wrong for this site, and/or the new contributor doesn't provide any effort and/or doesn't provide context about his/her question, and that seems clear that the question is homework, an assignment. The formulas weren't typed using MathJax. Maybe even is unclear what the new user is asking.
Thus it is required put on hold the question from this new contributor.
That I am going to ask is, thus, in this scenario: that we assume that a new contributor asked a very bad question and we need to put on hold it.
Question. Can we agree on a minimum lapse of time to put a very poor question asked by a new contributor on hold? I'm interested to know if it is possible to set, in previous scenario, a minimum lapse of time to put on hold the poor question that we've evoked in previous paragraphs. Should it be at least ten minutes? Should it be half an hour? Many thanks.
Of course I don't know if this post can stimulate a policy about it, if it is possible to argue an agreement, or at least what is your opinion about the reasonable/acceptable minimum that I present in previous scenario (a bad question from a new contributor that it is required put on hold).
*I don't precise (I don't provide details about it) what I understand for a few minutes in those cases that I knew.