I've been editing posts on the Ask Ubuntu website for a couple of weeks and I've found that there more than a hundred posts where images are not formatted properly. Most of the users are either forgetting to add the exclamation mark or maybe deleted the exclamation mark before posting the question/answer. What can Ask Ubuntu do to tackle this issue? Can a new badge be awarded to a user when he/she formats a image properly (for the first time)? Or should Ask Ubuntu not let the user post the question/answer until they format the image properly?
Also one more thing to note is that many users are not typing the image descriptions either. To find out the posts where images are not formatted peoperly, I type enter image description here in the search box. There are many results and some are even closed/duplicate. I've edited some closed/duplicate questions in the past. But after a couple of days(after editing the question), the post gets removed and I lose the reputation gained earlier. In these kinda situations I'm confused as to whether I must edit the post in the first place because anyway it might mostly be removed. Or am I mistaken?
I do understand that other users in the community can edit the post but what I'm trying to say is, what if we never let the post containing an improperly formatted image be published until the user properly formats it. Is this a bad or good idea?