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Appeal to regain the privilege to ask questions

I asked the following questions in Programmers:

1- Determining an application's dependencies

2- Drag and drop feature for a website

Although I did not get any down-votes, still I am banned from posting more questions in Programmers. Are these questions the enough reason for this ban?

marked as duplicate by gnat, Walter, Glenn Nelson, Jim G., Dynamic Dec 16 '12 at 2:34

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The ban is automatic, there's little (if anything) we can do to help, you should (carefully) read and follow the advice given in What can I do when getting “Sorry, we are no longer accepting questions/answers from this account”?.

Keep in mind that deleted questions do factor in the post ban, and you have three of them (10K+ links):

The first one is the one that probably triggered the ban, as it's your most recent question. I can't see any way of improving any of the three, unfortunately, and undeleting them might get you more downvotes.

You should concentrate on giving great answers to others' questions, although the exact algorithm of the question ban is kept secret, great answers will certainly help. But please don't just rush to post answers, only answer questions that are well within your expertise and you can provide very thorough and well researched answers to.

  • Thanks for your reply. what is (10K+ links)? do you mean these are the total number of questions deleted so far by all the users combined? – gpuguy Dec 5 '12 at 7:36
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    @gpuguy It means that, since the questions are deleted, they are now only accessible to users with more than 10,000 reputation (and moderators). – yannis Dec 5 '12 at 7:37

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