Shortly after a very mild online altercation with an extremely high-reputation user who had overlooked the fact that Einstein-Cartan theory (ECT) requires (as I was obligated to point out, vis-a-vis his response to a badly-formulated and unacceptably simplistic question that I had posted on PSE) that fermions have spatial extent, I found myself faced with a 6-month question ban, which is inconvenient because it also bars access to the question-formulation motor that is normally available to provide enough "similar questions" (and their answers) that I'm left with no need to post most of my own.
I'd left a few of my unanswered questions unattended, and, following the system's recommendation to consider editing my questions, I'd edited and answered one of them myself on the basis of information on Wikipedia, which I've since found to be simplistic and very possibly incorrect.
I've been able to locate, through PSE, a compatriot who happens to be one of the very rare participants who is (unlike myself) familiar with ECT's extreme mathematical complexity. Would it be acceptable to delete the "probably incorrect" answer and "ping" that participant with a request that he considers posting a comment on my question in view of his familiarity with the theory addressed in it (that currently lacks any tag), or would any such request put him "on the spot" to an unacceptable degree?
(My inclination is toward the latter possibility, but I imagine that suggestions on such issues have already been formulated, although I've made little use of Q&A sites before discovering PSE.)