- A few days ago, I posted this question here: My account seems to have been "destroyed" but not in accordance with the information I am able to find about how "destroying" works.
- I got some useful feedback from some MSE users, and then it was migrated to a different site by a moderator.
I was immediately surprised that my title was changed to something a bit confusing:
Now the title awkwardly ends with "the information", but what information? The question was then answered by the same user, who finally gave me an explanation for what happened to my missing question. He said it was deleted for violating the terms of service, so I asked which terms of service were violated. This time I saved a personal copy of my comment, just in case it would get deleted again:
"Thank you Blue for answering, and thank you @Monica Cellio for helping to get my question in the right place! Blue: Can you please let me know which "terms of service" were violated by my question? Finally, I would very much appreciate if you can send me a copy of my question since I did not think I would have to save my own personal copy. I am just a technical writer and I rely heavily on advice from the "real" experts. In this case I was doing a piece on the new hardware and wanted to clarify some points which were not clear (to me at least) in the one paper I found on the topic."
A few seconds after I wrote the comment, the whole question got deleted again:
When I look at the edit history, I see a huge amount of repetitive deleting and un-deleting:
I found the dialogue much more fruitful on this page (meta.stackexchange.com) and the other page has only left me with lots and lots of new questions and more confusion.
Therefore, is there a way to migrate the question back to here? I understand that this may be difficult now that the question has been "deleted", but I still appreciate any advice which may be bestowed on me.