I'm sorry to bother you with my thoughts but since I'm quite new here, I am not familiar with this. Stack Overflow was my first choice for help for a long time. I decided, now that I'm a bit better in my programming skills, to "join" the Q&A. But I somehow had a bad start and after writing 6 answers I had sadly only one (so far) that was rated positively. The other five have just no answer (yet).
So that obviously leads to the question whether or not my answers are not really that good. What's more, I got "banned" from answering.
Well, I don't know, it might be that I'm not the best for every answer. But from other forums I'm used to post what might help to give a direction - even if it is not the perfect solution. So I did the same thing here with the conclusion that I can't answer any more.
I somehow have the feeling that it is difficult to get a vote for your answer, especially since I'm not a professional programmer with many years of work experience. And I have the feeling that some people who ask don't easily give a vote after reading the answer. Perhaps they want to try the solution immediately and forget to vote. I don't know. But re-editing my answers don't seem to work much. I don't think I will get a vote for it if the solution is already given and they don't come back to see my re-edit.
So here is my question.
Is it normal that it is so "difficult" at the beginning? Do many people have this problem? Or did I simply have had a bad start? I'm a bit lost, since I see some questions I'd like to help but I can't. Well, that's it. I just wanted to hear if my case is a strange one or if everyone has difficulties at the beginning.
I really want to participate and help other people with my knowledge.
Thanks anyway for all this. You make a wonderful work every day!