Does systematic self-deleting need to be prevented?
It happens quite often that low reputation users delete their questions or answers whenever they recieve a downvote. Reasons for this could be to minimize the damage either to their SO reputation or personal reputation (like getting their feelings hurt).
I tend to add comments to posts I downvote. This could potentionally help the poster to learn something new or others why the post is a bad solution/way to go.
Although it should be anyones right to delete ones post, I also believe that the knowledge shared in both right and wrong answers can help others learn new and better ways of developing. Unless the answer is based on misunderstanding or misreading the question, anyone should be allowed to benefit from this wrong/bad answer.
Could it be an option to allow low reputation users to request deletion of a post and let a moderator review the request? Or am I the only one having these thoughts?