Yes, and no.
I found this site to be a fantastic inspiration (and opportunity) to learn the basics of coding. Yes, there is a learning curve when you start out. I struggled painfully in the beginning and I still do with more complex code. Yes, it would be convenient if every readme file were perfectly written for the novice but you are expected to do some of the work, even if that means finding errors in readme files. In which case, you can post an issue at the repo or a pull request that fixes the problem. Boom! You’re contributing.
There are some wonderful tutorials on this forum (if I do say so myself) that contain very useful information.
Many module developers come and go so fixing every issue in every module readme is not even possible. The developers that are here are fantastic at supporting their modules, other modules and helping in general.
If you come across my posts that are older than 2 years ago you will see that I started here with no knowledge of coding. A bored old man looking for something interesting to do. Likely asking the same questions that you are asking. The help I received (and still receive) was/is outstanding.
So, hang in there. Ask. Learn. Contribute. Have fun!