This is just an idea I've been toying with , really. I'm curious about the correlation between question length and question quality. "Quality" here would be translated into "likelihood of not being closed."
Because when you go through Stack Overflow, most of the very short questions end up having issues of some kind.
But is there a way for us to measure whether there's a lower threshold whereby we are very certain that the question is problematic? For example, I doubt anyone would argue that you can make a great question with just 15 or so words.
For example, here's a demo I just ran & subsequently deleted:
But surely you'd rather see an example from the real jungle, here's a recent one:
My question is - why were the body-size limits determined to be 30 characters (though I believe there's a typo there, as it's not simply 30 char's)?