Or, you could have Seekers of Perl's Ancient Secrets
as an alternative.
Seriously, though. There is not really such a thing as a "newbie" question in a general sense. Sometimes the questions they ask are about something you're unfamilar with, and you can learn. Other so-called "expert" questions can sometimes be a simple error that is easily diagnosed by a "newbie" who probably refers to the documentation that an "expert" assumes they know what it all means.
Still, you have my vote for sections called Obfuscated Questions
or Getting Started
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