A few days ago, I unaccepted a lot of answers to my questions just to test if I could exceed the reputation cap by accepting more than 100 answers on the next day. But I couldn't ... because of suspension. A moderator decided to put me in the penalty box for three days with the reason "rule violations":
I don't understand which rule I violated. I tried to get answers by replying to the moderator private message, but received no answers, and even more questions:
At the time I got suspended, I had already unaccepted many of other users' answers. So I don't know why I was suspended if nobody could revert my actions, and why others didn't ask me what I'm doing before suspending me.
Is mass-unaccepting really disruptive, to the point where users who do it should be suspended? If so, why not rate-limit unaccepting per day like it's done for votes and review queues to prevent such situations?
Now that my suspension has expired, I'm going to accept more than 100 answers during a day. Will this action be considered as disruptive too, or not?