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My account, some weeks ago was banned due to bad posts/questions quality. Before the ban I had a reputation of 15, after the bad posts it dropped to 7, and now, after improving the posts, my reputation is 17, better than ever.

Despite this my account is still banned. The only thing I can think of is the fact that there is a post left where I got a -1, and so fixing that my account will be reinstated again. it possible that just one question affects if the account remains banned or not-the other questions seems to be Ok-no negative reputation, it is either 0(the vast majority) or 1.

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I haven't looked yet, but if the ban was not lifted with only one -1 question remaining, it's probably due to deleted questions. You should ask a moderator to undelete [some of] them so you have the chance to improve those. – Daniel Fischer Nov 28 '12 at 12:02
Yes, your reputation improved. But apparently the majority comes from accepting answers to your questions. Try to contribute a bit more to the community. Answer questions of others. Improve content through suggested edits. Etc. – Bart Nov 28 '12 at 12:34
Anyway, giving answers to answers to others is not so easy for me-much of the questions are directed for experience developers-I am not such. – Dimitris Papageorgiou Nov 30 '12 at 14:49

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