This is gonna be "meta" and not have a specific question in mind, but an invitation for discussion. I think that's in-scope for the meta areas...
I've been a member of this place for "2 years, 7 months" according to my profile. In all that time I've not asked a single question. Mostly because I've 30 years of Unix experience and the couple of times I started a question I worked out the answer ("talk to the bear" methodology).
So I approach this place as someone who wants to answer questions; to help others, and (hopefully) teach along the way.
Today I look at "newest questions" and if something seems like it's worth writing an answer then I'll go for it.
I'm wondering if there is a way of making that experience better.
One idea is to allow sufficiently reputable people to add answers to closed questions (perhaps with review requirements). A number of questions get closed "duplicate", but if you look at the duplicate question then it doesn't fully answer the asked question; there maybe a 80% overlap, so the original questioner may not be satisfied.
Another idea is to be able ignore users or tags. There's one user who is a prolific asker of questions which Pauli would have said "That is not only not right, it is not even wrong!". I've tried answering these questions, in the past, and then got frustrated with the comments, which frequently try to extend the scope of the question and demonstrate the original question wasn't what was really intended. Whenever I see a question by this user I want to close the browser tab, which means that other questions don't get a look in.
I like to answer questions (or, sometimes, just to nudge people in comments to allow people to answer it themselves). In the real world I run a "three strikes" rule; if you ask me a question I'll try and answer it. If you come back with essentially the same question then I'll assume I didn't do a good job first time and go into more depth. A third time and I'll explain it in so much detail... you better not ask a fourth time.
How do other people approach persistent askers of bad questions, to make their "answer question" process smoother?