What is the level of English language skill one is expected to use on workplace.SE if one is not a native English speaker.
Is the minimum bar so high that the members here are not able to enter into constructive action before threatening to close and inciting down votes (followed by at least 4 of them so far) and on hold already?
I often read workplace.SE Q&As and have come across both praise for a non-native English speakers questions as well as some rather weak support for those that do not have a very good command of the language. The praise is often reserved for those who are at a very high standard sometimes higher than native speakers but what comes out of a translation program is held in poor regard.
I asked a related question in a somewhat humorous way earlier but it was not taken very well by the community, I do not expect to see much useful information there at this point.
I deliberately worded the question poorly using tools that a non-native would have available. Suggestions to correct the question are rather off point as it hides the problem.
I put in a spoiler to let people know that it was not an altogether serious question and hope to prevent later claims of misrepresentation but this did not sit well with many and simple etiquette was dispensed with.
This is what my spoiler said, when translated:
I can communicate well in English, I used translators for this question to see how the community answers badly formatted questions
It was a peculiar experience for me on SE.