I'm having some difficulty reviewing questions which I think fall into the "lacking minimal understanding" category. Where do we draw the line?
For instance, say a question is about how to configure a firewall to open port SSH for a newly enabled SSH server. This is a very easy task IF (big if) you've read anything about the basics of the firewall you're using. Should it be closed? Or do we want to provide a clear cut answer "do this"?
Could the question be salvaged if the question was framed as "how to open any port on firewall X?"
Another example would be how to get more details about a specific RPM package that is already installed. If the person has bothered to read any tutorial or just skimmed over the man page, that should be obvious. Should I vote to close it? Or should I start to write a huge answer explaining all the basics that the person has not bothered to learn somewhere else?