I wish "the tone" would be kinder to noobs in the Q & A board. It is after all a Q & A board and it does not say anything about it only being for pros.
Not everyone is able to put code together after reading the manual. Many, maybe even most, watch and learn from tutorials, videos and snippets of code. Many are "picture people" that have problems seeing the logic in code and thus rather follow tutorials to find the logic and understand why stuff happens. It does not by default mean they are lazy or trying to skip steps, they just want to understand what is happening.
I have been part of various programming tool boards for the past 20 years and most are very friendly without any "find it yourself" attitude. For example study boards like Unreal, Unity and most other and you may learn how one can support newbies. If you consider the question being a "stupid question" (which actually does not exist IRL) no one is forcing you to answer it or comment.
Invite noobs to ask any Qs without them being worried of getting their head bitten off or forced to stand in the shame corner and scared away from GM for ever. One day they may be the ones knowing enough to help others in a friendly manner thanks to you.