On a comment to this answer that went through review, I selected the option to generate this comment:
This does not provide an answer to the question. Once you have sufficient reputation you will be able to comment on any post; instead, provide answers that don't require clarification from the asker. - From Review
I (and several other people) thought that the answer wasn't a real answer. So that is what inclined me to pick that option. However, the second part of this auto comment prompted another user to post this comment in response:
I just don't get why people so often tell a new contributor their answer ought to be a comment in the same breath they tell them they don't have enough rep to do that yet. What is Rohith supposed to do today to contribute to making a good answer?
It seems to be an outcropping of a mentality that is alienating people from this stack exchange. I never thought the second part of the auto comment could cause a controversy, but I can see the reasoning. It is like saying "you need to make this a comment, but you can't so do better". I personally am for making an answer more rigorous, but its not necessarily a requirement here, though heavily encouraged.
Why does this autocomment pigeonhole new users into doing one action while specifcially mentioning "the correct" action even though they can't do it?