Asking about one's own activity on a Stack Exchange site violates this principle.
Make it relevant to others
We like to help as many people at a time as we can. Make it clear how your question is relevant to more people than just you, and more of us will be interested in your question and willing to look into it.
But I still think it's useful and reasonable if a user can ask for advice about their behavior.
For example, asking a question on xxx.meta.stackexchange.com:
- What's your advice about all of my xxx.stackexchange.com answers?
- What can userid:xxx do to improve the quality of their answers?
- What's your best advice to userid:xxx on the xxx subsite?
here I use
userid:xxx to avoid repeating question title, and If you use this title
What's your advice about my stackexchange account?, what about the others? I don't mean I am going to discuss other users.
Does anyone ask those questions in a chatroom? If there's nowhere to do it, do you think we should open a new site for that?