Answers on this site can be a little weak at times, so I have begun to downvote the inappropriate ones for:
Being to short (1-3 sentences long, I haven't done this yet, but may implement it after input).
Not explaining themselves.
We all know what a good quality answer is supposed to be and if we don't it's are own fault. Instead of writing a new message every time we see a low quality answer maybe we can come up with a generic message that addresses them and sends them to proper resources on the site to learn. This would:
Stop the need for repeated downvotes
Increase the quality of the site
Increase user experience
So what to say (ultimately it would be user picked, but I have began):
Hello Generic User, it appears as if your post quotes/uses a source from a unidentifiable source. Could you explain where you got it from or link the source appropriately. Thank You.
Being to Short:
Hello Generic User, your post is kind of short could you add some more details and explanation so we can better understand your solution. Thank You.
Not explaining themselves:
Hello Generic User I read your answer and I am having trouble understanding what you propose, could you explain why this solution would work. Thank You.
I have stopped my Quality Control journey to come up with a better solution for this problem. The post would be linked to the Help Center and other resources, but this is the rough draft. I thought this was pertinent, but I will be working on(if someone doesn't beat me to it) a Meta Post about Answer Control.
So what do you think?