I've seen lots of questions, especially ones on the 'sources-mekorot' tag, that ask questions along the lines of, "where is the source that X", or "I've heard/seen practice X", etc. (in other words, the question is looking for a source. Sorry if that was super obvious).
Many of these questions have comments that ask the questioner to provide details for why they think that there is such a source. I certainly understand that we don't questions that are looking for sources where none exist. But on the other hand, it seems to me like many of the moderators have very high standards for what exists as a legitimate source-seeking question, and it isn't clear to me what makes some of them 'good' questions and some not.
For example, a question asks about a Jewish source for "why babies are born without teeth" (which has upvotes and no challenging comments), and a question looking for the source that a Chazzan bow with the Torah when saying 'Godlu' is similarly unchallenged and upvoted. On the other hand, many questions that begin with 'I've heard/seen' are challenged, as well as questions that seek sources explaining minhagim that the questioner doesn't bother to explain (ex: repeating Ashrei).
See this comments section on a question regarding answering Amein, where there seems to be some confusion about this. It would be nice if we had a meta post to link to instead of going through these kinds of comments any time a question tagged 'sources-mekorot' comes up.