This is a brand new user with only 1 point reputation who has asked a question that is on-topic, in fact as on-topic as can possibly be, and somehow they were given a net negative vote and someone had the audacity to vote for it to be closed:
It says right there: "user4446 is a new contributor to this site. Take care in asking for clarification, commenting, and answering. Check out our Code of Conduct."
How is voting to close the question welcoming?
If the new Code of Conduct is not enough, what should be the guidelines for treating new users on the QCSE? An example of a guideline would be not to negative vote new users with <200 reputation, but instead to leave a comment explaining why you don't like the question.