There is a steady stream of duplicates of What can I do when getting "We are no longer accepting questions/answers from this account"? coming in lately. It's got me wondering. Roughly speaking, out of say 100 folks who get this ban, how many
- wander away and never interact with SO again?
- do the sorts of things that might lift a ban, but don't get it lifted?
- do the sorts of things they should, and lift the ban?
- post a question of their own on Meta which we close as a dupe?
Among the continue-to-interact folks, is there a difference in success rate between those who post on Meta about it (motivated, but not good rules-readers, who nonetheless get customized advice) and those who do not (better rules readers, but working to some extent blind) - which do better?
Is there a reasonable chance of recovering from a ban, assuming you care enough to try?