Every question marked as "homework-like" will be pointed to How Do I Ask Homework Questions on Physics Stack Exchange. There are a lot of opposite opinions under the highest answer. Why do we still apply the current homework policy?
I have never posted my homework on Phys.SE, but my questions were sometimes marked as a homework and even downvoted. This situation makes me frustrated. I usually spend hours to search an answer before posting the question. I even asked ChatGPT for help when it was available. No matter how I worked hard to find an answer before posting the question, once some experts feel my question is trivial or simple my question will be closed. This culture is a little bit toxic.
The answer of the post I linked mentioned we should ask teacher, classmates etc for simple question (how to define simple? Lagrangian is not simple to high school students). It assume everyone is a undergraduate student on physics. That is not true. I graduated in computer science. If I have the resource mentioned in that answer, why I have to come to Phys.SE to use a language which is not my native language to ask a question?
We can see there are many comments with different opinions. Do we consider refer to Stack Overflow where seldom downgrades a question to make Phys.SE more inclusive to everyone who are not expert?