Let me preface with this. With the quality of questions under the "kali-linux" tag, I do understand what's going on.
For whatever reason, Kali seems to attract not only newcomers to Linux, but new commers to computing in general. And the questions do show the lack of understanding in general to many aspects of penetration testing, networking, and fundamental computer concepts.
Why it attracts these type of people isn't really a mystery to me. It looks cool when you have little understanding, but it's alot like seeing someone who is good at playing guitar before you learn to play. You want to pick it up and jam, but the reality is it's going to take you hours of dedication before you can play twinkle twinkle little star.
With all this being said, I have a special place in my heart for Linux beginners, and Kali Linux newbies.
Here is my thought for a feature.
Have the Unix & Linux community agree on a splash page that comes up when someone chooses the "kali-linux" tag. It would ideally have things like,
What's acceptable to post like, Don't ask questions related to apt-get updates or apt-get upgrade on any Kali Linux rolling distribution.
Do ask questions related to errors and applications & tools intended to run on the Kali Linux platform.
Additionally, the idea is to point a potentially new user to good getting started guides, or fundamental Linux/debian learning material.
You then have a captcha style questionnaire at the end of this splash screen to prove that you do have fundamental knowledge, and would only allow users with passing scores to the questionnaire to post their questions.
This is just food for thought. Feel free to bounce ideas back at me. I'll add anything good you guys comment.