For example, the question I played 2.f3 by accident! How do I save my position? seems to be about an ongoing game ("I almost feel like resigning here"). Consulting other people about a game in progress is against rules of almost all (correspondence) chess sites and clubs. Should we discourage such behaviour by not answering (or closing) these questions?
One can always say that we don't know the exact rules of the game being played, and it's not our business to find out if the OP is breaking rules. Or probably that it is not our business even if we know that the OP is breaking rules. On the other hand, I'd suggest that in these cases the OP should clearly say if he is not breaking any rules, because otherwise it seems very likely that this is cheating. Anyway, I think we should not deliberately encourage cheating.
This was also asked as a side question in Questions about chess.stackexchange.com but newer answered, and I didn't find any other related results.