This question was asking why we currently close as "unclear what you are asking" when a question doesn't give enough information:
The answers there clearly explain why, i.e. we want questions to be answerable. So far, so good.
However, I feel like there should be a better option for this. Sometimes indeed a question is clear and understandable, but the OP didn't provide enough information. Even worse, sometimes OP doesn't respond even after someone asks for the output of a command or something.
I think there should be an option that specifically explains the closure is due to the OP not providing enough information like log entries, software version, etc.
Ideally there should be something that we could use to VTC immediately when a question lacks sufficient information, but is still written in clear English. Currently, I am a bit reluctant to VTC immediately as "unclear" if OP doesn't provide information because I feel like I should mention it first, before using a closing reason that is about clarity rather than completeness.
I know other communities follow a different approach. For instance, on ServerFault a question of mine got closed as "unclear" basically each time I edited it, until some mod was happy that I added enough log files. But IMHO this "insta-closing" approach cannot work here until we write a better wording for "your question is incomplete, please edit it as you were asked to do in the comments".
"Unclear what you are asking" is better for the "What do you want to accomplish? Your goal is not comprehensible" kind of questions.
What is the community consensus on this?