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The question was deleted by the system because your account was deleted by a moderator, because it was flagged as likely to be a user that we are having trouble with. This user is creating multiple short lived accounts, one per movie they watch, to ask 1-3 questions. Please see the following question and answer on Meta-Stackexchange Why did my 150+ ...


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I'm seeing three separate but closely-related issues here: you think your answer was deleted unfairly, you think your question was closed unfairly, and you believe that the moderator responsible for both actions has a personal vendetta against you. I'm going to try and address all three. Let's start with your deleted answer. I can separate it into two ...


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Napoleon has explained perfectly why your answer was deleted, but since he's a mod and you're asking for the community opinion, I'd like to draw your attention to this Meta question discussing your answer back when it was posted, and whether such joke answers should be allowed. The question itself has 11 upvotes and only one downvote. The accepted answer (...


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First of all, the DCEU tag was added to the question since that is what the question is asking about by the mere fact it was asked on this site and this isn't Comics.SE but Movies & TV. You simply can't ask a question about every or any possible Wonder Woman incarnation and not have it be related to a film. But even then, we could say answers from the ...


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Those are all questions that have been closed for more than 9 days without any improvements into reopenability. They are thus eligible for cleanup as, being off-topic, they don't provide any further benefit to the site and its community, especially since they all have a score of 0 or less. Leaving closed and downvoted questions around sets a bad example for ...


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If the vote does go against banning them, I think this plan has merit, at least to help address the problems with the site image that Napoleon Wilson mentioned on the post about banning id questions. But note that we tried many similar things on Anime and Manga. These policies worked to a point, but they required tons of work to keep up, and when the same ...


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It is sad to hear that you want to leave this site and I'd urge you to try and bring whatever concerns you have to meta or chat for them to possibly be resolved in order to not have a valuable contributor leave. However, the way in which you chose to do so is indeed not the proper way to delete your account. Whoever told you so was mislead. Deleting all your ...


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The real question is why are you deleting your account and what can be done to resolve the issues that you've experienced leading up to this point? If this is something that we can help with you could always come and chat with us in public in The Screening Room or privately with a moderator. If you do want to go ahead and delete your account (and we will be ...


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According to this related answer on Meta Stack Exchange the reputation gained from the votes on a deleted post is not removed if it's at least 60 days old and has a score of at least 3. Reputation changes from bounties, votes (both up and down), and acceptances on deleted posts (including answers to a deleted question) are nullified. (Exception: ...


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Based on a related discussion with a moderator and other users, I came to the following conclusions based on the respective help center page and the particular close reason, which already give some insights into the existing guidelines for those questions: On the one hand, identification questions that are lacking in details are eligible for close-voting ...


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The policy on identification questions is, that they are eligible for deletion when they don't have any upvoted or accepted answers and remained inactive for 4 weeks, as described in the help center and this meta post. Since this policy has recently been updated as described in this meta discussion, there was a recent cleanup session where questions that are ...


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The general rule is, you can't. The exception to this rule is that it's possible to delete a question that has no upvoted answers and no accepted answer. Since your post has got upvoted answers that means people other than yourself have also contributed content deemed valuable by the community and thus the delete function is disabled. Everything you post ...


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As a result of further discussion and taking into consideration the bad question policies, this is now 30 days, not four weeks. The current way we go about deleting identify-this posts allows a large number of other posts which are low quality and not of much use to future visitors to slip through the net, here are some fine examples of questions I'm ...


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This is explained in this answer on the main meta, which was lately also added to the help center. To summarize it a bit, there are 3 different deletion periods with their respective criteria1: >30 days old, <0 score, no answers. >365 days old, <1 score, no answers, low views, few comments. closed for >9 days, <1 score, unanswered in SE sense. ...


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In general there is no such way if there is already an upvoted answer to the question. In this case only a moderator can delete the question and you would have to flag it for moderator attention, explaining your reasons for deletion. However, note that this alone is not a guarantee for the question to get deleted. It is still up to the moderators to decide ...


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At the beginning of 2018 the site went through a scope adjustment that finally retired identification questions. As part of that there also was a cleanup phase of the existing baggage of old questions that resulted in all of them getting closed and historically locked, as well as deleted unless they had a score of >4 and an answer of >2. The majority of the ...


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Those questions are prone to get deleted any time once they're closed (and they're in turn getting closed as fast as possible). In fact often the avid users on this site vote to delete them themselves without involving the moderators. There is really no point in leaving those questions stay, since they won't ever get reopened. If they're getting deleted fast,...


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They will automatically be removed after 9 days, provided that they are closed and don't have a positive score. There's an automated process for this nicknamed Roomba, no need to bother the ♦ moderators with this; it's not like the questions are harmful. They just won't be answered. Also, if the question's score is -4 or lower, it will not appear on the ...


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Your question was closed because questions asking to identify specific movies, TV shows, or episodes are off-topic here, and have been for about two years now. It's unfortunate that nobody left a comment to that effect before the question was closed, but comments on downvotes/closevotes aren't mandatory, and for good reasons. You would have received some ...


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Unless you have access to the Moderator Tools which comes at 10k reputation, you will have to resort to that link. Now "Deleted Recent Questions" or "Deleted Recent Answers" will only show the posts you've created in the past 60 days. Since all your posts are older than 60 days, there is no post shown when you click that link.


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As far as I know there is no exception to SE's question banning policy on this site. However, you have to really ask a lot of inactive ID questions without many other reasonable questions asked among them. So I do not see a big problem with this mechanism being in place, as it was exactly established for the StackOverflow version of identification-only ...


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Ok, this is done! I've deleted a grand total of 3,726 questions. The list is here — if you see something that was deleted but shouldn't have been, or something that wasn't but should have been, lemme know. As with before, these show up as having been deleted by me. What remains is what you can find here, and all of those are closed and locked as per the ...


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The question was closed by the community on May 28th for not sufficing the site's quality standards for ID questions. Then it was deleted on June 9th for being closed more than 9 days without improvement.


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You can find your deleted question here. It's unfortunate that it doesn't show in your user profile and you don't get a notification of its deletion.


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