I got this response when I tried asking this question:
How do I beat level #8 in Zero Gravity?
The first 7 levels seemed quite trivial, but level 8 has me stumped. How can I beat it?
What does it mean precisely?
Basically, they're not going to tell you, because then it could be circumvented too easily.
More exhaustive reading:
From: What can I do when getting “It does not meet our quality standards”? (On Meta Stack Overflow)
Why am I getting this message?
All new questions are subjected to a "minimum quality" filter that checks for characteristics of extremely poor questions. Your question has been caught by the filter.
What can I do to get the system to accept my question?
Make sure your question has:
- a clear title
- a reasonable explanation of what your question is, sharing your research on the matter
- correct use of English and actual sentences
If your question is so brief that it could be looked up in a dictionary or reference book/site trivially, it might not be a good fit on our network. (source: Jeff)(Requires 10k rep on MSO to view)
Can you be more specific?
Exact details about the algorithm are not being released by the team.
I am against being explicit here.... Our check takes into account tags, title and body. We are not going to give breakdown of what was wrong, that is spoon feeding. (source: waffles)(waffles is an SE dev)
If we provide a "formula" then it's just another way for users to bypass the question quality filters. (source: Jeff)
What are good resources on how to ask high-quality questions?
Fortunately, there are lots! See:
- The "how to ask" page (link is >for Meta SO, but it's basically the same page on every site)
- How to ask a smart question (a faq entry on MSO)
- What’s the best way to ask a question if English isn't your first language?
- Jon Skeet's Writing the perfect question (will take a few minutes to read)
- Eric Raymond's How To Ask Questions The Smart Way, (this gets cited a lot but it's fairly long)