This question is regarding this post: https://photo.stackexchange.com/revisions/94624/1
and in part, this one as well: Are homework questions on or off topic?
I'm looking at this from the perspective of growing the community. The person that asked the question only has the one question in history - and doesn't participate in any other SE.
While I understand the effort that has been put in to create the rules and link other questions, etc, I also get the feeling that putting a question out there, receiving downvotes, and a barrage of "improve this, this, and this" may be overwhelming to the point of turning them off of SE entirely.
In an effort to help a newcomer learn to formulate a question - how much editing could be done?
For example, it would first be very easy to state that the question should be a singular question, and so trim it from 3 questions to 1. Let's assume we trim it to include only question #2:
2) If the settings are the ones below How should the settings in camera be adjusted to make it a bit sharper next time? decrease ISO, increase shutter speed, increase ISO and shutter speed or decrease shutter speed?
We can then coach to rewriting the question to form something more along the lines of:
I don't understand how exposure impacts sharpness in the photo. Assuming the image is too blurry, should I increase/decrease ISO or increase/decrease shutter speed to get a sharper image?
Granted - this question is most likely a duplicate - but I would hope that in showing the new user how to pair down a complex thought into a simplistic question allows for a better experience entering the SE community, in addition to helping them find the knowledge that they are looking for...