Don't say "Your question is ready to publish!" if "This post does not meet our quality standards".
Steps to reproduce this:
- goto https://webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/ask (note: the issue is not specific to this Stack Exchange website)
- add "Is the expression “very worth” proper English, and if not, what are some alternatives?" in the title and body
- add "gmail" as tag
- click on "review your question"
- click on "post your question"
To be clear, I'm not asking for specific feedback on the question above. It is just an example that I used to demonstrate the issue I'm concerned about, which is that the "Your question is ready to publish!" message is displaying for questions that don't meet the site's quality standards. Instead of that message, the user should be told that the question isn't ready to publish because it doesn't meet quality standards.