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It's not the case that you have only asked three questions. The thirteen other questions which are now deleted also count towards the way the system calculates whether or not to accept any more questions. You will have seen a warning about post quality (although I'm not sure what that actually says). Unfortunately, the number of deleted questions compared ...


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Although moderators are not privy to the algorithm behind this determination, it's unlikely to be reputation related. More likely by far is that of the 12 questions you've asked, only 3 remain open and not deleted. Stack Exchange management have provided a more detailed breakdown of contributing factors, including this part: Basically, the system trains on ...


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Change your password to a long string of letters, numbers, and symbols that you could not possibly memorize. Write it down on a piece of paper and seal it in an envelope. Deliver the envelope to a trusted friend, and ask them to hold onto it for a month. Inform them that under no circumstances are they to return the envelope to you before the month is up. ...


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I can't tell when your question ban was imposed. It's an automated ban imposed by the system and moderators cannot do anything to change it. I have found that you posted a question on March 25, after seeing a warning about the quality of past questions. You deleted that question after eight minutes, but — although I can't see when the ban was imposed — I ...


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We do not use permanent automatic question bans, which are what you refer to. However, temporary automatic question bans of up to a week's duration are enabled. I should note that the automatic bans do not use 3 bad questions as the sole criterion; instead, the algorithm for determining whether an automatic ban should apply takes many factors into ...


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