And I propose to add this new list item, to the Moderation policies for Questions, as follows:
"Seeded questions": the standard Stack Exchange Help says,
You should only ask practical, answerable questions based on actual problems that you face. Chatty, open-ended questions diminish the usefulness of our site and push other questions off the front page.
Also this topic includes the following popular answers:
I find seeded questions irksome
I do not mind beginners asking beginner questions. I do not mind experienced people asking beginner questions because they have a gap in their training or education.
But, questions which may be intended to teach other people a lesson are less popular. If a question is to benefit you then please ask it; but not if you ask it only to teach other people.
This is similar to other policies, about answering questions and minimizing controversy:
I would also add one new list item to the FAQ index (summary of site policies) i.e.
- Seeded questions