Need A Discussion discussion
To clarify the subject, let me start this post with a real example. I, as a novice user, posted several posts which were deleted naturally or unnaturally. Since some people may doubt whether I am telling the truth or not, let me put them here; I also put the PDF versions of them so that low-rep users can see them:
My other posts are still alive, and you can see them in my profile. As you can see well and any community manager and moderators can confirm, none of my posts is off-topic, and I have never violated the code of conduct (I have been called offensive words such as "troll" by some users, but I have never responded them with any offensive word) and any written Stack Exchange guidelines, which can be found in the Help Center (Community managers and moderators are allowed to make all of my posts and messages public; I have nothing to hide).
Now, recently I was suspended for a very long time because of "low-quality contribution". Recently I have been told by some experienced users that I may be post-banned. I agree that I have had some opinions and feature requests most active meta users dislike, but I cannot understand what "low-quality contribution" means. I have spent a considerable amount of my time and energy to find solutions to improve Stack Exchange communities because I care them.
If my posts were not well received by the community while we know how most active users vote here, this means that my care, efforts, and concern are worthless? I should be treated the same as a spammer?
I tried to find the answer of the question by myself. So I tried to find out what posts are considered high-quality; I found the following examples:
A thanks post, an author of such a post can earn almost all privileges only due to writing such a post;
A show-off post, of course, the community needs beautiful hats to be improved;
A question asking why the name of a file is a Hebrew word, maybe the functionality of that file depends on knowing such information.
Such posts are vital to this community? Do they help the community to be improved? My posts are worthless, and the above posts are priceless?
Now, This novice user, who is concerned for Stack Exchange, fears to be suspended; this novice user fears to be post-banned; this novice user fears to express their opinions; this novice user fears what will happen after posting this question; this novice user fears ... .
Need A Support support
This question in this section needs to be answered by the Stack Exchange community team:
Do you really endorse such a policy (discouraging users from expressing their opposing opinions and encouraging users to post such popular unimportant things?
If some directors of Stack Exchange answer this question, I do not know how to appreciate them.
Need A Feature feature-request
I think it should not be a bad idea that users are not post-banned on Meta.SE only because of posting many downvoted questions/answers which are obviously on-topic and do not violate the code of conduct. I think we need this feature if we want this community to thrive.