I don't believe the Q&A format can address every need so I've been thinking...
You know how we always blow any 'I'm a student etc.' questions out of the water? What if we could have some form of 'SF Apprenticeship' instead?
What we'd do is get junior sysadmins/students or whoever to somehow apply for one or more positions where they, having proved themselves to be smart but inexperienced, could then ask us more high-level questions than we'd usually get or answer and then we could take them under our wings and effectively train them in the basics via write-ups we'd do. We could volunteer to write about one of the students subjects/questions and do a EvanA-style full-scale write-up, possibly with chat-sessions to work with the junior/students to make the write-ups better. We could put these together to form some kind of basic guide that we could reference to in answers.
It would mean that instead of dismissing these junior/student types we could point them at what had been written and gain a greater understanding of what less experienced guys struggle with - it's hard to see when you've been around a while.
What do you think?