This is nothing to LOL about!
No one has to be qualified to make a hack, and no one should be turned away from helping out their community for any reason other than that they are not qualified to do higher level work (in which case, they should be suggested another job). That's the beauty of a community. It is in that variety that we make something that could not possibly be made with a small number of people. Communities aren't republican, they are democratic, and that is why they are effective: everyone in the community has a say. Sure, opinions may clash, but it is through such clashing that we can create and compromise, and as such, can make a hack truly representative of who we are as a community.