I already said that answering just-do-it-for-me questions gives a wrong signal.
Moreover, it makes this site become a just-do-it-for-me(-for-free) service.
Indeed, it leads to comments like this one by a serial just-do-it-for-me asker, please note the
I would like to suggest, when we answer to a similar question, to make a premise to the answer or comment the question like this:
Your question is a just-do-it-for-me one, you should add a minimal working example, I'm answering only because:
- you are a new user
- I think your question is interesting, anyway
- I have some spare time, I'm answering just for fun
- I am a reputation seeker.
I am not saying "do not answer bad questions" (I, too, do it every now and then) I am only suggesting (I do not want to oblige anybody) to write an answer like this one or leave a comment like this one.
Otherwise, a user will always ask just-do-it-for-me questions and will be annoyed if someone asks him/her to add it.
In the long run, it is good also for the users. If they only cut and paste the solutions, they will never learn how to do things by themselves.
I don't want the answerers to justify themself for answering, I would like to make the OPs know that, even if they got an answer, it is not fair to post a just-do-it-for-me question, they got an answer only because they are new users, etc., not because the question is perfect and they can continue to ask such questions in the future.
I think that seeing many questions with the classical request for the MWE and then answered, gives the OPs a wrong signal, if the answer begins with "you should have provided a MWE but I'm good and answer anyway", the ones who required an MWE would appear less bad.
All this is only my opinion, you are free to think and act differently.