Skeptics.SE is unique from the model "meant" for other SE sites . Thus, if I may say, questions and answers on this site are an acquired taste.
What does this mean? That any FAQ on good answers and good questions are extremely helpful, more so than for other sites. However, here's the thing: Can a truly comprehensive, yet specific, FAQ be made? The scope of Skeptics.SE is well beyond that of other SE sites. Thus, there will be many specific cases not necessarily covered by the FAQ. I am proposing to select a question each week to critique and analyze. Such specific, detailed, case-by-case analysis will eventually grow into a helpful encyclopedia of sorts. Every week, a Skeptics.SE user will select a question to critique and tag it question-analysis. Is the question an overall positive for the health of the community? Negative? Are there aspects that can be improved? Does this question not belong? Is this question a "model" question?
I will start with the first pick: Is pollution the main cause of Notre Dame Cathedral's deterioration?
Critique and discuss the merits (or lack of) of the question.