I have joined only two days ago. I have had questions about Hadoop and big data which I have not been able to find answers to in the last month that I have been going through dozens of article and tutorials. I ask them here, and an old user makes a sarcastic comment about one of the questions, and I replied to it. Then suddenly both my questions are closed.
You can check my questions and see that they are perfectly good questions.
Now, my question is how does Stack Overflow try to make certain that old users don't simply gang up on anyone that they don't like?
The Internet is great for its democratic value, and that is why I raise the same question about Stack Overflow.
I just wanted to add that I really appreciate all the replies to my cry baby complaint. I learned a lot about Stack Overflow, and hopefully other new users can find this discussion useful and constructive to see how things work here. But I hope that experienced users stop judging new comers harshly.