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I have a hard time verbalizing how shocked and horrified I am to learn that questions can be and actually are deleted.
The only reasonable use case I see is spam or very clear abuse.
But anything else should not be put to death.
At the age of 6, in my first school year, I learned:
"Every question has value."
"There are no bad questions."
I still consider this true to this day.
Deleting questions is so senseless.
Why delete information?
What seems unimportant to you might be important to someone else!
You can't objectively measure that.
That's what we have the voting system for.
Popular questions rise to the top automatically.
Very unpopular ones drop to the bottom.
I have been a passionate contributor until now,
but if I know that my questions can be deleted anytime,
(as well as my answers to deleted questions)
I don't see any point in contributing my work.
If I spend my time and it gets deleted, my work was completely in vain.
There are few things I despise more in this world than senselessness.
And creating something that is destroyed is the the ultimate senselessness.
I would recommend treating all work respectfully.
This is like burning books.
Please stop that, this is horrible.