In my early days of using Physics Stack Exchange, I had no idea how the website worked and admittedly didn't do my research. And I'm talking about one question.
I've asked only 6 questions - two with a total of 3 downvotes asked a while ago, one without any positive or negative votes, and three (my latest questions) with a total of 5 upvotes.
In addition to this, all of my answers except one (which received no up/downvotes) have had positive votes, have been accepted, or have had both.
Because of the above, it came to my total surprise when I got the following message:
Sorry, we are no longer accepting questions from this account. See the Help Center to learn more.
I read the article, and while 30% of my answers have downvotes, my 'contributions' obviously outweigh these downvotes.
If my negative votes were only on my oldest question, and one question I asked a month ago (which was succeeded by questions with only positive votes), then why is it that StackExchange bans me? Is the entire system really that undemocratic? Is it a technical bug? Is it some rule that I skipped?
Here's my account for reference.