I just spent ten minutes adjusting this question trying to discover why it was triggering "This question does not meet our quality standards."
It turned out to be the title, which I had to make longer first and then edit back to what I wanted.
I've come across this a lot lately. The "fixes" turned out to be silly things such as making the question longer.
- There error message gave me no hint as to what to fix.
- The title is fine. It doesn't need fixing. The quality checker is too strict.
- If I can get around it by making silly "fixes", there is no point.
Let's remove this until it works. At a minimum the error message should describe the problem.
(I know some people here wouldn't classify this as a "bug" but there is no "utterly broken" tag.)
Here is a constructive idea: dubious questions should be put to humans to approve, much as edits are for new users.