This is rare to see in Meta, but in Ask Ubuntu itself -- I'm sure I am definitely not the only one who's fed up with seeing short summaries in the question box. If you're asking a question, at least ask it!
If you are not too sure what I'm on about, here are a few pictures:
Not one of these is a real question!
Taking 4 example questions -- they can be easily changed into real questions.
'Wubi installer error http error 404' becomes:
How can I resolve HTML 404 error? (and including
wubi.exein the description)
'less/pager does not work' becomes:
Why does my pager not work? (and adding more details, perhaps)
'libvpx not getting installed in ubuntu 12.04' becomes:
How can I install the
'Damaged external NTFS hard disk' becomes:
How can I repair a damaged NTFS hard disk? (with more details, possibly).
It also mentioned in Jorge Castro's video tutorial on making a high-quality question, but honestly - I wonder how many new users have even heard of Jorge? Or let alone the FAQ?
I'm probably not in the position to point out any other solutions other than editing frequently and constantly reminding people to make the title into a question, but shouldn't it be more explicit when writing a question, or explicitly noted in the FAQ?
I thought I would open it for discussion anyway. I'd like to hear some suggestions and opinions nevertheless.