The removal of a user might result in the loss of upvotes on some of my questions, which might in turn result in roomba* (Stack Exchange's automated question deletion system) deleting some of my questions (in case they now fit some removal criteria).
Typically, if I get a downvote on a question I check that it won't cause it to be deleted by roomba, but when a user gets removed I cannot see which posts the user had upvoted, and subsequently cannot see which of my questions are deletion candidates for roomba. I could write a query on Stack Exchange Data Explorer, but the latter is updated every week while roomba runs every day.
How can I prevent my questions from being removed by roomba after a user was removed?
roomba* = Stack Exchange's bot that deletes questions that meet some criteria such as 0 score, <= 2 comments, 0 answer, >= 1-year-old, not enough views.