Sorting non- vs newbie questions is easy enough just judging from the title - or should be, so if it's not, then the node should be considered. At least skimming the question should immediately reveal where it's at, with very little effort. It's what I do and so far I find no problems with it. So nay from that side.
Giving a newbie (or non-newbie..) an idea of what level of skill they're at is an interesting and valid concern though. On the other hand, although I know no specifics of how Everything works, I can tell this will be a major task to implement. I have to wonder whether the effort is worth it.
Makeshifts last the longest.
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