You don't fix a car by sending it to the scrapyard and buying a new car. You fix a car by performing in-place repairs on any broken or missing parts so it can start working again. In the same way, you don't fix a question by substituting it with something completely different, but you fix it by improving it in ways that allow it to be reopened. What you've done here isn't fixing a question, but replacing it. These are two different things.
This particular question, though, was closed because it was little more than a trip down memory lane and an open-ended discussion asking about current trends.1 That's neither a technical problem nor a practical problem, and it was rightfully closed.2 However you don't just take that question and replace it with something entirely different just because you were question-banned. You're essentially taking a question that could not possibly be reopened and giving it an unfair chance to be reopened.
That said, you have a question here that's still open but received a downvote:
Beginner in VB.net, lost with DLLs, DirectShow, AVIcap32.dll, and etc For Image Processing
And, IMHO, one that you can do something about, since it is at least on topic, unlike the question you're referring to. Perhaps if you could fix that question somehow (and not replace it) and somebody comes along and upvotes it, you'll be able to ask questions again.
1 You even added a discussion-board tag to the question later to indicate that you were starting a discussion, which is a big no-no on Stack Overflow. Plus, that tag was meant for questions about discussion board software.
2 It didn't help that you reposted the question after it was closed once and insisted that it was constructive and on topic for the site... reposting questions usually never goes well. Although you deleted it yourself later, self-deletions on recent questions count toward the ban as well, much to the disdain of some.