With the avalanche of new questions comes a new category consisting of 2-3 lines of text hastily scribbled down, missing lots of essential information (Very often that it's supposed to be free, or missing the programming language).
Currently the best we can do is add a comment that points to
http://meta.softwarerecs.stackexchange.com/questions/336/what-is-required-for-a-question-to-contain-enough-information, but that's a lot of work, relatively.
(I'm using a third party macro tool to quickly paste some text, that helps).
Over on EarthScience they had exactly the same issue with rock identification questions, and they solved it by adding the close reason
Please review our rock identification guidelines to provide the missing information so that your question is both answerable and useful to new users.
The result is that incomplete rock ID questions are now quickly put on hold, sending a clear signal that the question "isn't good enough".
Can we have the same here, pointing to the 'what is required' question?
The text could be identical, just a different link.