The answers from @YLearn and @RonMaupin already address the off-topic part, so I'd like to answer the bounty part.
In my experience of this site, good questions do receive answers, without the need of a bounty.
When they do not receive an answer, it is because nobody present at the time has a good answer to propose.
A bounty is more likely to attract poor answers, as it will attract people looking for reputation (which IMHO is not the good way to look at a S.E. site), and push them to post an answer, even when they don't have a good one.
To be fair there's one good side of the bounty system, it is to give more visibility to the question, passed the first hours when the question is on the top of the list
But once again, N.E. has a very good rate of great answers on good questions. The fact is, the specific question discussed here is not a good question -for all reasons previously given- and a bounty will not change it into a good question.