Often a Spanish learner will write a question that follows this basic model:
I read (or "everybody knows") the following rule or an explanation of a concept. [Bald statement.] Now I have a question about that.
Sometimes the bald statement looks reasonable, but a bit oversimplified. Sometimes it looks wrong. In almost all cases, I wish I could see the rule or concept as it actually appeared in the source, so as to clear up whatever the OP is asking about. Once in a while the OP will cite the source, for example Algún to represent an indefinite quantity?
Is there some way we can encourage learners to cite the source? I've been looking around and don't yet have anything specific to propose. So this question is intended to be at the preliminary, brainstorming level.