New users may not know about the policy of this site, and sometimes their questions may be quickly closed before they can get back to add more information.
Reopening a question by editing it often takes a lot of time and patience. As a result, they may be discouraged to further use this site, and possibly stop using Ubuntu (because often they come to this website after encountering a major issue). Some users become frustrated, and ask the same question (which has been closed) again, only to be marked as duplicate.
For example, I saw this question. It is somewhat unclear, and possibly OP does not know why the large "pagemap file" was generated (I admit that I don't know what they are either), and wanted to know how it can be prevented. However the question was not properly phrased, and it started gathering close votes (without any feedback).
Can we create a policy that questions posted by new users won't be closed as "needs details or clarity", so that we can ask them to add more information (and then mark it as duplicate or off topic, if applicable) and wait for some time (at least, a few days) for them to get back, instead of quickly closing it (which often happens within an hour)?