Sometimes, poorly formulated questions contain enough information to answer them and, more importantly, for the community to find them interesting enough. Then I found that there is a race between upvoting and downvoting the question. In addition, people vote to close the question, usually as low quality.
Based on a previous meta question, I am wondering what the policy on deleting such posts is. For example, this recently deleted question had 6 up votes and 5 down votes. There were 4 answers, total 7 up votes and no down votes. That means that a significant number of people found the thread interesting. Yet the post was deleted. This is puzzling for me. Does that mean that the people who vote to delete these questions don't see any value in them? Or just that they are "delete vote" happy?