I really really love your passion but I think you didn't take everything into consideration.
You are stating wonderful rules for achieving a really good quality answers and questions. But they require a strong effort.
What happen if people get bored from these?
What would have happened if at the beginning of Stack Overflow if they would have stated that every answer should meet strong quality requirement.
You know.. there are upvotes and downotes. They can close questions but deleting it.. and deleting a valid answer.. mmm.. doesn't happen to "normal" answers on almost any section of SE.
Are you sure we can really afford deleting valid medium quality answer?
I fear you could be forgetting that the guys who are answering are not payed for their work. And if a guy who is not payed reads a comment like this: "This post does not contain enough information to be considered a high quality answer. Please read our discussion on what makes an answer high quality to see if you can incorporate some of these improvements into your answer, otherwise it will be removed."
Try to guess which will be his feelings. Put immediately, right now, into his clothes.
(It's not nice to receive orders right?)
Want to have beautiful high quality response? Improve them by your own :-)
(It's not nice to receive orders right? Then have a look to the comment I've put here over and tell me if it was nice )
It's time demanding? Yes, It is. But if you start to threaten people who contributed to this community by saying: "I'm the landlord of the community we stated these rules, now improve your answer or I will delete it". I don't know it it will work. But I fear a lot of answers could simply be lost. And for what? Can we really afford this? Will it really make this community more constructive? Or just in our dreams?
Have a look at this answer: https://softwarerecs.stackexchange.com/a/913/103
The question is really well done, and I simply know that was one right answer from my experience. Beyond Compare is a good software. I've written the answer and people (members of this community) find it useful. They upvoted. You would like to improve it? It's wikified :-)
I really appreciate the intent of Izzy and I tried to go towards him (even if I was really upset by reading his comment). But the point is another..
There is an interesting question with just two answers. My answer is also wikified.
You know that there aren't many good software for a specific purpose.
There is just one Resharper, one Photoshop, one Autocad, one 3D Studio Max. I mean that there are maybe 100 file comparer 5 of which are nice and then a lot of not mature software. My answer was good. Was constructive.
I'm wondering if it's really better for this community to hurt people contibuting and, at the same time, delete one answer appreciated by the community, useful (since it's one really good program), wikified. When there are just 2 answers... ?
I really appreciate your enthusiasm. But people want something that works, not an empty community with wonderful rules.. I think you are really dreamers if you start to delete medium quality answers.
Also have a look to the SE guidelines. They are really different and far away from yours guidelines: https://softwarerecs.meta.stackexchange.com/questions/642/how-do-you-interpret-this-blog-article-about-guidelines-on-se?noredirect=1#comment1668_642