I'm writing in reference to your English Language and Usage - Stack Exchange account:
Due to many moderator flags on your questions, we have elected to suspend your account for 7 days.
Your questions are generally of low quality and hard to understand, and mostly in the "please do not ask questions of this type" category of our FAQ.
You have asked a large number of questions, many of which were downvoted, deleted, or closed.
There appears to be no increase in quality (your effort expended to research your questions and make them good, clear, and useful) over time between your oldest questions and your newest questions.
This is a troubling pattern, and has become abusive to our community.
We strongly recommend that you:
read our tips on asking great questions
familiarize yourself with the markdown editing help
look at existing questions by other users for guidance
You are welcome to come back with your questions after 7 days if you can address the above issues.
Regards, waiwai933 English Language and Usage - Stack Exchange moderator
I'm shocked to read such terrible e-mail founded on two false and abstruse assumptions: "Your questions are generally of low quality and hard to understand" and "You have asked a large number of questions, many of which were downvoted, deleted, or closed".
The following picture shows that only 4 questions got negative votes ("many of which"?!) and only 4 questions, incidentally the sames, were being closed; to the contrary the data show an excellent trend:
- 4 questions have been favorited;
- 1 question has been viewed 1,417 times;
- 1,79 (> 1) is the mean "votes/questions" (@tchrist has calculated that the recent current mean is negative).
In the light of data, I ask to the community whether that e-mail is a great injustice or not.