Prompted by this answer, the poster mentioned an idea about quarantining questions. I commented on it, and wanted to expand on it by using this meta post to receive feedback and critique, and hopefully carve out some sort of concrete feature to request. My thoughts are as follows:
Users who have not submitted x number of questions to the site that have not been put on hold or deleted, will have their questions placed in a queue for review before being posted to the main site.
Just like every other 'privilege', the ability to view this queue and either accept, reject, or improve the question should be based on the existing community and members who have established reputation here.
I believe this is multi-fold benefit:
It will cut down spam on the main page, questions by sock puppet accounts will be deleted before they even reach the main page.
The main page will start to consist of questions that have been 'vetted' by established members of the community.
I don't think this need be a mod-only privilege, if it gets to that point. Mods already have enough work to do IMHO.
Additionally, I don't think that the ability to move beyond the quarantine queue should be reputation based. As an example, I saw a very high rep user's last few questions today and they were essentially well worded 'gimmiedehcodez', as far as little to no research done on the part of the O.P. One question was even closed and marked as a duplicate of a previous question the O.P. themselves asked. I say this because the politics of having a high rep tends to attract upvotes to questions that would VTC'd before the O.P. could even refresh the page. I say that b/c we have people coming from sister sites with 101 rep. So, if it were to be rep based, then perhaps we could do our do dilligence if this gets approved and be more liberal with upvoting good questions, where the OP actually did some research before coming here, but I'm not really sold on the idea that bypassing the quarantine queue should be based on some arbitrary rep count.