Asking for help with creating a View is more or less troubleshooting Views module settings; it is not exactly a question.
For example, I have an existing site in PHP and I wish to convert it to Drupal. It requires translating code into the Views GUI set of options. To post a question would require posting a table of what I'm working with in Views and some description of what I wish to achieve. It is boring, especially since most problems I have with Views are OE.
At its core, it is also a question of code conversion. I have a common user interface pattern, which I already know how to accomplish in HTML & PHP/MySQL, and I need to convert it into a Drupal pattern of modules and module settings. I already know the recipe involves Views and other modules; the results are not the same as the picture.
Then again, I'm stuck; Drupal's forum tends to attract novice users, and my question has languished. Other forums seem to take to Drupal questions differently depending on the time of day, so to speak. So, I'm back here, at Stack Exchange, asking if it is OK to ask a stupid question about Views.
Bonus: If it is OK, then how should I post this question? Should I add a screen capture of the Views setting page, the exporting output, or an HTML table of only the settings I used so far?