Is this legal to post my physics question here for verification only but not for answer?
I just want to make sure that my question is on-topic, not off-topic, and fits the rules, like it's not too broad and etc.
I have already read all the "How to ask" sections on the help center and then in physics stack exchange.com I have asked 2 questions, attempted that these 2 questions will be good, but they weren't well received and I have reached my question limit so quickly.
So from now on I want to post my physics question here for validation purposes only and if it passes then I will post it on physics stack exchange.com for answers.
Is this legal?
This is analogous to the idea when you have created an application and you want first to test it in QA and release beta version of that application first before releasing the released version of the application to the customer, because you never can know if you have bugs in the application you are developing or not.
So I never know if my question will get downvoted or not.
If my third physics question will be bad as the two others on physics stack exchange.com then I won't be able to ask questions there anymore and I don't want to be in this state so I am not taking risks anymore.