I have a serious question about Stack Overflow, and I think Meta Stack Overflow is a good place to make myself correct on my confusions.
As we know, Stack Overflow is a Q/A forum. But when I am asking questions, users in a group keep continuing to down-vote. After I did edit, no one corrected their voting. Being a question-answer forum, when I am asking questions people behaving the way, that I did wrong - why so?
Another is, is it anywhere written in Stack Overflow that people who post questions, couldn't answer their own questions?
Now if my question is not clear to someone, putting down-vote, whereas none of the other telling that. So it seems there is a gang of people who does this regularly. Why is Stack Overflow not taking care of these?
In Stack Overflow, there should be a strict line to say to everybody, so that, none of any to think the other/opposite people as the same knowledgeable like themselves. There is a mixture of knowledgeable people present. It is not mandatory that a person
X always should have the same knowledge like the other
People who are asking always get less respect than the ones who are answering. If you see each of the people account, you would definitely find that a
60K rep person got the 70% of the rep, answering such simple but basic questions. But when they crossed 1000 rep they started to think badly of others.
The same happened with one of my question on Stack Overflow - How to get the reference alive to the older one, when there is a second exception in Ruby?.
Here I have posted my own answer, and that one has been converted to a comment - why so?
Please help me if I am wrong and where I am wrong.