Let me first begin by saying my overall user experience on the Physics Stack Exchange site has been wonderful. According to this it is okay to downvote poorly written questions.
Now in the past I've had an interesting experience where this was cross-posted to the Physics Stack Exchange site and severely downvoted and closed. Then there was also this which is crossposted here again I'm having the similar downvoting experience (note: the overall points I received on the quantum computing Stack Exchange site is still positive and the questions are nearly identical).
Now I am under the impression these are borderline questions (which they may not be) - thus, the cross posting allows me to compare standards. Why is what is "poorly written" for the Physics Stack Exchange site not "poorly written" for the quantum computing Stack Exchange site?
I think it comes down to how to define "poorly written"? I have seen the it is unclear answer too, but because of these comparisons (between quantum computing and physics) I am uncertain why it is unclear? Can I have a concrete answer to this problem I'm facing?
P.S: I only have a sample size of $2$ so I am aware I might be "seeing patterns" but am wary that it isn't good if this pattern persists.