Crawling through some backlog of this site, I've noticed that the vast majority of posts are labeled help. While this isn't a problem in itself,
learn the Rustacean idiomatic ways, beyond, "why no work?"
I think the creation of this category would facilitate idiomatic learning for beginners, like myself.
Creating a code review category is an opportunity to provide clarity: diagnosing what went wrong is great, but learning fluency extends beyond fixing mistakes in reasoning.
A thread from about two years ago, proposing the creation of a code review category, provided several compelling arguments for its creation, before falling into history. I'd like to revive that thread.
In particular, some of the better arguments I read from that thread:
To summarize, I think triage of the help topic into a code review topic (and possibly others in addition to this) would provide clarity for people coming to the site to get help, and to learn from others' posts, by disambiguating the "why does blah not work" from "how could I do blah better." I claim the latter provides at least as many opportunities for learning, and should be elevated as such.