I ask this purely because I'm lazy, but can we compile a list of boilerplate comments to leave on questions receiving close votes?
I ran across this question where hot2use posted a terrific close vote comment:
Welcome to DBA.SE. We appreciate your participation. Please consider reading the following article: How do I ask a good question? (Help Centre). Currently your question doesn't contain enough information and might be closed as unclear what you're asking. Consider adding more information. E.g. contents of the ERRORLOG file, the other information suggested in the comments. Add this info to your question.
I would love to see more of these show up on questions receiving close votes on dba.se. Hopefully comments of this nature will help new users acclimate to the site and it definitely seems to fall into alignment with Joel Spolsky's blog post about what he hopes to see with the next CEO of StackExchange:
The type of people Stack Overflow serves has changed, and now, as a part of the developer ecosystem, we have a responsibility to create an online community that is far more diverse, inclusive, and welcoming of newcomers.
Again, purely lazy on my part as I'd love to just copy/paste some of these into questions where I cast a close vote.
UPDATE: I apologize if I gave the impression that boilerplate comments be used always and without modification. Instead, I was more hoping for a community list of upvoted responses from which someone can use as a template for certain question types, and modify as they wish.