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How can I undo this issue? I know I wrote sucky or idiotic questions at some point or another... I would like to re-enable this ability, as I didn't really care to ask a question on super-user

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    Related: meta.stackexchange.com/a/86998 – Jeff Schaller Feb 2 at 4:06
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    There may be a language issue here, since "re-enabling sucky or idiotic questions" isn't the goal of the site. – Jeff Schaller Feb 2 at 4:07
  • I am just wanting to get to post... That's it, I had to post on super user and that doesn't fit catagorically. But, people were willing to be nice to me and help me........ – nerd7473 Feb 2 at 15:33
  • I had deleted my downvoted posts because I couldn't figure out how to explain what I wanted to do. That was years ago. Now that I actually need this community, I guess I'm stuck unable to contribute to the community, and unable to do anything else... I even have tons of upvotes and a positive reputation... The ban seems to have been automated, so I'll look into fixing this issue, when I have time and my health is good – nerd7473 Feb 2 at 15:38
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First, sorry to hear about your health! I hope you can recover quickly.

The best advice I can point you to is the "How long do I have to wait before I can post again? What can I do to release the ban? How can I reactivate my account?" section of the Meta post: What can I do when getting "We are no longer accepting questions/answers from this account"?

A couple of high points from that post:

  • Do not delete your posts.

  • If you're unable to improve your existing posts, you'll get the chance to post one new question or answer 6 months after your last question/answer. If that post is positively received, you may be able to continue posting questions/answers; if not, the ban will be reinstated.

The U&L site also has a page in the Help Center that is similar.


Some advice above and beyond that:

  • Your most recent U&L question is one that I'd consider borderline low-quality. Show the research (effort) you've taken to this point.
  • Asking for "learning materials" is off-topic here (excepting pointers to official documentation). "Good" documentation would be subjective.
  • Punctuation helps.
  • Use the body of your post to set up your environment, efforts so far, and any relevant requirements.
  • If I may, please refer to a Meta Q&A I posted earlier: What else can I do to make my question well-received and improve my chances of getting answers?. I noticed that while you have several StackExchange accounts, you haven't made your way through the U&L tour page for the "Informed" badge.
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  • Thank you good sir for the help – nerd7473 Feb 6 at 18:04

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