There's one thing that's hooked me to CR more than on other sites and it's the fact that the community is really great. But recently I've noticed (I don't have any data to back it up) that we have more fixable posts that are closed without any explanations.
I understand that sometimes reviewers might not feel like leaving comments because it's pretty much always the same problems, but out of 4 reviewers at least one of us should make the effort to leave a comment explaining why the question has close votes (I know we're not mind readers, but most of the time close voters will VTC for pretty much the same reasons).
I think this is especially important when it comes to new contributors, because if we can get them to fix their post, we might have one more helpful member to our community.
(I couldn't find the post, maybe it doesn't exist after all)
I know there's already been meta posts about this, but I'm writing this one more as a reminder than a new announcement, because I know we can do a little better than this.
(Also, there's a possibility I'm the only one who seems to have noticed this, which might make this whole post wrong)