On the worldbuilding stack site there is a tag called hard-science. When this tag is used, it generates the following text.
This question asks for hard science. All answers to this question should be backed up by equations, empirical evidence, scientific papers, other citations, etc. Answers that do not satisfy this requirement might be removed. See the tag description for more information.
Here is an example of this.
In all of those cases, there is good information about what to do from reputable sources. I think that requiring sources would greatly improve the quality of the answers.
Personal experience is great, but it is all but impossible to verify and I think that the site would be much better off by requiring sources for certain questions.
There is another possible option seen here on the Latex stackexchange site. What it is a long list of prepared responses to common scenarios with links to meta posts already set up. For instance, if someone was not actually answering the question, we could have a prepared text that linked to this meta post.