I always thought we are a welcoming gang of people here, but recently I am a little bit disappointed. I came across some posts from first timers(, which were not too good to begin with, but they could have easily been salvaged). If nobody tells them that their post should contain more information, be clearer, where to find relevant help and what's it all about with the page in the first place, how could we expect them to stick around a little longer and make our community grow‽
With a reputation of 350 you have access to the first post and late answers review queue. If you want to do these reviews, be a little more thorough and leave at least a welcoming post pointing to the help center and the tour.
You can access the history of these review queues also:
And I saw that many questions were tagged as "No Action Needed", which is maybe fine for a couple of them. Unfortunately, there was also one question, which was put on hold tagged as this, clearly evidencing that there were severe problems with this question.
I think it is very important to immediately give feedback to new users. If you don't have anything to say about the question, just point them to the help centre and the tour. The likeliness, that they will come back is much higher then.
If you think I am overreacting here, please leave a comment, weigh in on the discussion.