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Why am I in danger of being blocked?

I was actually blocked for some months. During that time I spent several hours going through my questions, my answers, trying to fix them up. I've read the 'how to ask a good question' and so on. Nothing worked.

At present I'm still getting a warning.

At the same time, when I looked at my stats, I see a "You've received a new privilege.

The original event happened on two sites simultaneously, WebApps and SuperUser. For a while I thought I'd been banned from SE entirely. I think it was triggered by a question that was moved from SU to WA or vice versa.

I've attached a screenshot of my summary page.

How can I find out what is still triggering this warning?

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    Question ban and answer ban is a separate ban also only affects per-site (e.g. on WA only), not network-wide. All of your posts history are counted, including downvoted/closed/deleted posts (if there were), so you might be still getting this warning even though your recent posts got upvoted. It is to indicate to be very careful when posting the next one from getting downvoted/closed/deleted so that you won't get the automatic post ban again. The exact algorithm is hidden to prevent from being gamed. You might request mods to list your deleted posts in case some of them can be salvaged. – Andrew T. Apr 21 at 6:26
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IMHO the following question is too broad for Web Applications

How to deal with online position errors in Alberta Rural Addressing system in Google Maps, Bing Maps, Apple Maps, Waze Maps

How to deal with online position errors in Alberta Rural Addressing system in Google Maps, Bing Maps, Apple Maps, Waze Maps

If you have other question like it, that could be one of the reasons to get the warning.

  • "Too broad" is quickly turning into an overly broad and lame excuse to close valid questions. My reasonable request here (webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/132220/… ) was closed despite fully spelling out what qualifies as an answer. Doesn't help that the moderation team here is obstructionist and partially illiterate. I've queued my account for GDPR-compliant deletion - done with this garbage. F*** no-answers, extremely unfriendly, waste-of-time Stack Exchange. – user188627 Jul 30 at 6:20

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