Following the style guides on Stack Overflow and Wikipedia, I would like to propose that we create a style guide of our own. Let's hold ourselves to a high standard and create or promote questions and responses that can be understood and followed by people who have just started with Ubuntu. Let's make this a hallmark of the Ubuntu Stack Exchange over other resources.
In what ways do people overcomplicate responses to questions? What can they do to ensure that their responses are understood by all audiences, not just the most technical among us?
What would a badly formatted question or answer look like compared to a well formatted variant?
Should we avoid simply forwarding people to wiki and help pages, and provide a response tailored to their individual question? Or is there a way that an external resource can be incorporated into a response without completely deferring responsibility to it?