What is the point of using this forum if every question I ask about LWC superbadge is closed before I can get an answer ?
Our most recent discussion here on sfse-meta saw wide support by participating community members for disallowing superbadge questions.
The general idea is that superbadges aren't meant as a tool for learning (like the various trailhead modules are), but rather an exam that is meant to test your proficiency. If you can't pass it without help, then you shouldn't be awarded the superbadge.
superbadge questions also tend to be formatted like:
- error in title
- code dump
- help plz
which doesn't really demonstrate research effort, or a desire to learn what the issue is and how to avoid it in the future.
That, to me, really goes against what I feel is the core of this site. I won't speak for others (even though I suspect many of our active contributors share my sentiment), but the core of this site to me is that we help people get better at using/customizing Salesforce.
Solving someone's problem for them mostly just conceals (temporarily) a lack of experience or ability. Helping people understand their problems, the possible solutions, and why the solution works helps build experience and ability.
I don't disagree with Derek, but I want to frame the issue a little bit differently.
We have a longstanding policy on Stack Exchange of not providing answers to or assistance on exams. Exams, of course, are meant to be completed individually as a demonstration of one's own capabilities, but from a different angle, questions about exams do not provide community value to our knowledge base about implementation on the Salesforce platform - our raison d'etre.
I think the area we're negotiating right now is to what extent questions about superbadge challenges fall within that established policy.