I've asked this question on Stack Overflow in Russian, but our CM told me to ask this question here.
I've found only a few similar posts:
- Can we have some statistics about users who could overcome the post-ban?
- What happens to folks who get question banned, by and large?
As you can see from @Shog9 answer:
Most folks who've encountered a q-ban haven't done much of anything afterwards
The system doesn't work well.
For people who don't understand, the main purpose of such restriction actions (post ban, etc.) is to teach people and help them to reform. It's not about blocking members as primary intention.
But in its current realization it looks like real-life prison, which should help people, re-educate them, but, in fact, makes things worse.
- Can we have some statistics about users who were post-banned, percent of those people who has released their bans?
- I assume that nothing changed from 2013, and most of those people have been lost forever. So, logical question, do you see the problem here? You have to analyze this data (otherwise, all this thing doesn't matter at all), so are you planning to improve ban system?