Since questions about
AppleScript, Automator, and UNIX shell scripting
are on-topic here, more impetus should be given to the questioner to include the script they have used.
Stack Overflow has a dedicated page for the same. How to create a Minimal, Reproducible Example. Also even before the choice between traditional and guided question mode is given, it is asked to have code handy.
Code review, under Asking your question on How do I ask a good question?, has addressed the issue.
One of them arguably lacks proper research, but what is common, is the lack of the script they tried or pseudocode of what they want to try.
Since we accept questions similar to both of the sites', we should also add a paragraph in How do I ask a good question? under Be specific.
Or:The relevant tags in the usage wiki can have the same info included because the asker might possibly read the tag wiki tag as compared to the how to ask.
Or:An additional message to appear on at least desktop site (assuming most scripting is done on desktops) if a particular tag is selected.
See and refine the answer below!