I just noticed that two questions I asked at the beginning of last year were then removed 6-7 months later. Is there any chance I can get a heads-up as to why?
This one probably could have been improved and focused with a good edit to reword the question from:
Can it be done? I don't know, can it be done to study the effects of Bengal Tiger mating practices in zero-G environments? Certainly it could be with enough time, effort and money so Can it be done? is the wrong question to ask.
What is the best way to outsource development and manage potential quality issues? This is a much better question and is probably what you really wanted to know anyway.
Regardless, it wasn't closed for quality, it was closed because this question has been asked before and there were a number of excellent answers that you could have benefited from.
Can anyone suggest a good way to sync plan guides for a database across multiple environments? (dev/prod etc). It seems that vs2010 database project schema comparison does not cater for this...
I can't speak for Mark, but I feel that he probably closed this because it is a very specific question about a very specific situation with a very specific software. He felt it was too specific to be of any real benefit to future visitors. For more information see the FAQ.
As far as deletion, this may have been in an effort to clean up the culmination of closed questions that have no hope of improvement.