You seem to hold some pre-conceived notions as to the responsibilities of moderators and users of this site that aren't entirely correct.
Some of the suggestion provided have no connections with the question
asked or sometimes few people ask questions instead of providing any
It is very common for questions posed here to lack the necessary detail to answer them in any meaningful way. In addition, Biostars is not a coding service - we do not exist to write people's code from scratch for them. A certain amount of effort is expected, both prior to asking a question and in asking the question itself - that is the responsibility of the question asker. Often times, this responsibility is shirked or not recognized by new users, requiring us to ask users to elaborate. These requests are critical for the site to operate as intended.
Respected moderator, since you are a moderator that does make you
elligible to write comments on any post as you like.
You seem to be confused as to the purpose of moderators. We are not subject "experts" by default - we're active users who regularly made good faith attempts to contribute in meaningful ways. We're responsible for ensuring the forum is clean from spam, that users adhere to a certain level of conduct, and that questions are appropriate for the venue. A degree (or lack thereof) does not affect anyone's ability to perform those tasks.
While answering any question, please make sure not to do so because of
the students and researchers in several countries dont have proper
guidance like you all have. Hence they are here to ask question from
expertise. You behavior and answer may demoralize students or
researcher and hence they may be afraid to ask questions in further.
For few of the moderators, please keep in mind this is not your
classroom nor your dinning room to make fun of any students.
That many moderators are some of the more active users in terms of questions answered (and therefore tend to have higher reputation) has nothing to do with the above listed duties. A diamond by our name does not mean we should be blindly trusted, but I can say with confidence that nobody here acts like their word is law nor that they have all of the answers. Most regular users do tend to answer in domains in which they have expertise. For example, I avoid questions that deal with de novo alignments or the intricacies of evolutionary tree construction, as I don't work in or know much about those subjects. On the flip side, single cell analyses, multi-omics integration, and ChIP-seq analyses are much more in my wheelhouse. You'll find that users generally answer questions with which they're familiar.
None of us treat this as our "classroom", nor do we condone or allow making fun of students. Users who do so are swiftly warned, and if necessary, punished. The only times students may be "demoralized" here is by realizing how much they still have to learn and that perhaps their "simple" analysis is more complex and time-consuming to perform properly than they originally expected. Again, that is not on the users of this site to help mitigate, particularly when high-quality answers do their best to lay out a path forward even if the question asker is clearly a novice without the necessary knowledge or background to perform the analyses in question.
Though occasionally even moderators may step out of line, we are usually quick to correct inappropriate and unhelpful comments even among ourselves.
To other members, please dont believe each post blindly. That may land
you in trouble.
This is sound advice for life in general and science in particular. Believing anything, especially online, blindly is a poor idea. Posts here should be treated as guidance and advice - not law. That is common sense, and users providing answers are not to blame if their advice (even if it's poor advice) is followed blindly.
I feel Biostarts.org is loosing its fame because of few people and if
necessary steps is not taken at the earliest, this site will also be
dead very soon.
Site traffic has seen pretty continual growth over time. I do not foresee this site dying any time soon given the wealth of information it contains and the lack of serious alternative venues.