A version of my question was asked here: Give better explanations when accounts are blocked . However, the status complete on that question resulted in the message I am taking issue with.
Another related question: Clarify "no longer accepting questions from this account" error closed as a duplicate of the aforementioned question is answered with the statement that the ban is permanent. Seeing as how this is no longer the case (and the post was 3 years ago) I find this to be deprecated.
It seems there are a lot of angry users who get hit with the question ban. The most recent being this situation from only 15 minutes ago: http://meta.stackexchange.com/q/211132/178816. If you were inclined you could choose from dozens here to examine as well.
I think part of the problem is a misunderstanding of new users. Users seem to consider this message
"Sorry, we are no longer accepting questions from this account. See the Help Center to learn more".
to imply that they can never ask a question again.
It could benefit users hit by the question ban to see a slightly more descriptive message indicating that there is possible redemption. It could also benefit the overall content of low quality questions. Perhaps by taking a quote from the help center, the message could be a little more helpful:
"Sorry, we are no longer accepting questions from this account. The only way to end a posting block is to positively contribute to the site. You may begin by fixing your existing posts. See the Help Center to learn more".