I have been here in Stack Overflow for more than a year. Last week on Saturday I got a message from a moderator that my account is been suspended for 1 month for sockpuppet reason. I have a friend or colleague of mine who may have upvoted my answers or question. but I didn't ask them to vote me. It wasn't my fault. I've contact SO team for this issue.but on next day I again got a message from a moderator that my account is suspended for 1 year! for the same reason! I don't know this time also who did it!. I have explained to them that it wasn't me but they haven't get back to me yet. Obviously, they must have many more things to do. I am posting this here because I wanted my account to be unsuspended. 1 year is a big deal guys. if you look my history I know I been suspended for any reason before i.e answering a question, making edit suggestion, voting irregularities (I have accepted that it was me and okay with my punishment as it was not fair for all). But this I haven't done. As I was suspended before it was easy for anyone to frame me easily by my record :(.
What would I do for a year now? I really enjoy answering the question here for my knowledge. Should I make another account here? That is not allowed in suspension period, but how can I wait for a year for it. Please, someone, suggest me what I should do?
Moderators on Stack Overflow responded to you on multiple occasions about this, frankly many more times than we usually do for voting fraud suspensions. Here's the timeline:
On December 29, you were warned about targeting another user with downvotes. A moderator responded to your questions about that warning with detail about the situation.
On January 5, an account at your location named "priyanshi srivastava" was found to be voting for you exclusively. Coupled with your previous warning for targeted downvotes, you were suspended for 7 days as a result of that. A moderator responded to you twice after you asked questions about that suspension, as well as your complaints about hitting a question ban and how to work your way out of that.
On January 19, two more accounts were found to be voting for you, with clear evidence that these votes were coordinated by you and that one, if not both, of the accounts were controlled by you. You were suspended for 30 days as a result of that.
Yesterday, a moderator found that you had recreated a puppet account and were attempting to use it to evade your current suspension. This was the final straw, and led to a 365-day suspension of your main account. I see that you promptly recreated this account just now, and I have once again deleted it.
I'm willing to reduce the suspension length back down to 30 days if you promise to immediately stop creating new accounts and wait out the suspension duration before becoming active on the site again. Is that acceptable?
What would I do for a year now? I really enjoy answering the question here for my knowledge.
Well, there are more sites in the Stack Exchange network. I know of some users who became passionate users of Code Review and Software Engineering during a long Stack Overflow suspension. The technology is the same; the problems are different. It will take a while to get used to write good answers on those sites, but with some dedication you'll get there for sure. Just be sure to stay out of trouble.