When a question gets moderated, it's because of several reasons.
- Not Constructive
- Too Broad
- Primarily Opinion Based
- Or the question could be locked
I think it would make a nice feature to explain in more depth why something was moderated. As an example, Not Constructive is used a lot. When your question gets moderated for not being constructive, you get this message,
"This question has been closed because it is not constructive to others or the asker. Most commonly, questions that are requests with no attempt from the asker to solve their problem will fall into this category."
However, that is slightly broad. I think what would be nice is a button to a link, explaining how to fix this, and giving examples of Non-Constructive questions, and examples of how to fix them.
I also think it would be important, or rather nice, to not take rep on the first offence. This would make the community a more productive place, I feel. And examples on all or most of the moderation types would be very helpful in teaching people how to properly ask questions.
The final thing I'm here to suggest is the ability to moderate a question. Not for the same reasons as asking a question, but for similar. For example, I think good moderation requests for questions could follow:
- Not An Answer
- Harmful or Nonconstructive
This moderation wouldn't be used on wrong answers, but on things that aren't answers. It would just help to cleanup all the bad answers you see all too often now.
Thanks for reading my suggestions! Let me know what you think, and if you agree on, or disagree on, things I've said so far!