It depends on a few things:
- Value of the content to the community
- Rationale for removing the content
- Quantity of content removed
If the post is valuable in the long term, vote to undelete it or flag it for moderator attention and ask that it be reviewed and potentially be undeleted. They might be able to scrub the original user's name from the question as well, if necessary.
Sometimes users will remove their own content when they believe they asked a question in error. Sometimes they remove their own content because they cannot have their name associated with it any longer. Sometimes they remove it as a form of housekeeping (e.g. removing all 0 or negative vote questions). And sometimes they remove it because they have no idea how our community works. If the content is too localized or egregiously wrong, there is no harm in its removal, even if it garnered constructive attention. However, going back to the previous point of value to the community, if you feel long term value exists: vote to undelete or flag it.
The last thing to consider is how much content are they removing. If this is a rage quit or a requirement to dissolve their association with the content, again, a moderator should be alerted so that the appropriate action can be taken.
Ultimately the action of removing the sole upvote and unaccepting an answer in order to delete a question has to be viewed in the context of its long term value, rationale for removal, and how much the community would lose.
<facepalm/>. Other user's are rage quitting because they don't understand our "forum".
I try not to read into the moral weight of actions by internet users; I think that user's motive was deletion due to <facepalm/>.Morality doesn't necessarily have to do with motives. An action can be bad regardless of the person's intent.
Other user's are rage quitting because they don't understand our 'forum'.Well, that's one way to put it, but that's neither here nor there.