The primary issue with people rehashing the already answered question from a forum perspective is that is adds noise. If there is already a topic/discussion about the issue, one can find the answer as well as further elements in the discussion and several points of view of the members who participated in.
By creating a new discussion you are only spreading those informations, making it harder for those coming afterwards and that do SEARCH before asking to actually find the correct informations.
Moreover, from a user perspective, it's tiring to, over and over again, see and have to answer the same basic questions being bumped relentlessly by people who prefer to wait for someone to do work for them, especially for questions that are already answered.
It just goes to show that the person asking made no previous effort in searching by themselves. That's not what's game making is about, is it ?
C2 lowers the entry point, but you still have to "work". And that's part of what makes game making fun and rewarding, isn't it ? Like for a game, you have a problem given and you find a way to overcome it. It's OK to "cooperate", but isn't it more rewarding to find stuff by yourself ? The "ha" moment when you finally understand a concept you were struggling with, and that pieces seems to fit together to form a bigger picture.
As an old timer who knew Construct before there even was a tutorial part or a clear and awesome manual available on the website, it's bothersome.
That those questions could have been asked back in those days can be understood, but that they are still now when there's already SO MUCH information available, it's bothersome.
I can understand that one can get drown under too many informations (I wrote about it in a tutorial a long time ago).
Nevertheless game making is not a race, so take the time to search for informations, to read already existing threads and discussions.
There is already so much knowledge to be found through them. Plus by doing so, even if you're not getting immediately the current piece of information you're looking for, you can learn about stuff that will help you nonetheless and prevent you from asking those questions in the future and build/understand more elaborate concepts.
Like in an RPG, you level up as you learn and practice. Except you don't have bars or visual feedback, it's all in your mind, in your goals.
What's the point for me in taking the time to gather a list like the How do I FAQ for example if nobody takes the time to check it out and just prefers to be spoon fed by asking their question rather than learning/searching first ? (I know people do fortunately but not 100% of forum users/askers though)
It has nothing to see with technicality like bandwidth, it's only a human question of "I've already answered this question 1000 times, why/how did you miss the answer ?"