Christianity SE is quite rigorous in requiring questioners to specify the context of one or more specific Christian traditions within which they wish their question to be answered.
Why does BH not exercise the same sort of rigor?
It seems to me that:
(a) Questioners should be required to specify which particular set of hermeneutic principles they expect answerers to employ in their exegesis;
(b) Answerers should be required to specify which particular set of hermeneutic principles they are following in their exegesis.
If they are employing hermeneutic principles which are not commonly known or understood, they should at least explain in broad terms what principles they are following.
At present, it seems to me impossible to determine whether answers are accepted or rejected on the basis of the author's particular hermeneutic principles, or on the basis of how the author conducted and presented his or her exegesis under the principles adhered to.