This is just a suggestion from me. I suggest for all of us to restrain first from downvoting or voting to close a question, instead we should comment first on how the user can improve his/her questions, especially to those new users.
In reality, most of new users are excited to use this site without reading the FAQs. They are excited to participate so they ignore the site's rules, thus having them ask not-so-good questions or answers. So, being users who have more understanding on how the site really works, we have to be a little considerate on them, to not lure them away from using the site.
I, myself has gone through this and I admit it, it is a bit discouraging to have your questions downvoted or closed. But when I got used to the site's rules and understood how it works, I got more comfortable. I don't know if I'm being too paranoid or a bit off-topic but with our questions per day dropping I think we should be concern with this.
This new question got me troubled. As you can see, the user is a bit frustrated as to why his question got downvoted and has votes to close.
The bottomline of what I'm suggesting is, let's be a little more considerate of the new users and consider commenting first before downvoting or voting to close. If the user didn't modify his/her question after having comments on how to improve the question or answer, then probably that's the time to downvote or vote to close.
Again, this is just a suggestion and I mean no harm.