The reason to ask this was that I saw an in principle very interesting question being closed.
That question was indeed formulated extremely bad. "Can you please help me to know more?" is not a real question at all, it is just a way to show politeness before asking something real. That might be a cultural thing. In some cultures it is not even polite to ask questions to an expert. After all, as was explained to me when young students in Asia did not ask anything after a talk, that could be considered as doubting the expert. It might also simply be inexperience, but is that a reason not to be allowed to ask questions?
Content wise I tend to say "Bad questions do not exist, only bad answers do". The fact that most people know an answer to a question does not make it a bad question. If the question was already answered we can just refer to that older answer, and if not, it might be a good idea to have that simple answer on Biostar. I think you should not need at least an MSc title in Bioinformatics, be fluent in English or be well adopted to the scientific culture to ask a question here; just being interested should be enough. It would be nice if young students started to ask the really basic questions and received the really basic, well accepted answers. That would make this site more worthwhile. Of course it would often also allow us to explain why these really basic answers in reality are only half the story.
I saw that there are a lot of questions about resources to study (courses, tutorials, books). To a certain extend these questions could be rephrased to "Could you help me find the answer to questions I don't dare to ask here?".
I would like to encourage administrators to not close questions to easily and to edit them if needed and all of us to help make such questions better, by adding comments and the right tags for instance. Improving things in general helps more than voting them down,