Please remove the minimum text length limit. It is very annoying! Not once I just hadn't what to say more but I was forced to.
At least to higher reputations.
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Every time I wanted to post "No" as an answer, I realised there was more to say. Even here, where no would be a short, succinct answer - I'm sure you want to know why I said no.
There's always more to say. Add examples to posts. Post meaningful comments that's more than +1.
The limits are there to keep out trivial posts, and work well for keeping the worst of it out. .
The comment to which you allude (prior to your question edit) could have been more helpful if you had written "yes, because " and so on.
So, for me at least, you have not found a counter-example to the idea that a minimum level of verbosity is a good way of maintaining the quality of questions, answers, and comments.
It also helps protect against "thank you", "plus one", "yes", "no" type responses which do little more than add clutter.
Let's keep it as it is.