I have a question that was deleted and some closed when I was just getting started as an author (again here after many years). I did not think the closure and deletion was fair, but I had no reputation to be able to do anything about it. Plus I was not so familiar with meta until most recently.
One such article is entitled "What Ionization Does Classical Physics Predict With the Two Moving Rings of Charge Model for Helium-Like Ions", Heather drastically edited the question to try and restore it, but it did not go back into hold status even so. What needs to be done with this question here to get it back online?
Regarding my current situation, I saw and read
This question already has an answer here:
But that was an entirely different situation, where the article was identifiable and also the senior members of the community provide discrete recommendations on how to perhaps bring the question up-to-par. The referenced article suggested not to just re-post an archive of the original question, but what can be done, else-wise?
One very senior person in the community was trying to mentor and help me get the question to be up-to-par but then I had no permission to edit it to make it better, to learn from someone more the more senior community member what to do.
How is it possible for an author to search for his deleted questions to modify them and make them acceptable again much later?
It should stand to reason that after an author gains experience on the site that he his better to edit and ask - and that the site would want to take advantage of that, right?
One of the below comments is very helpful for me to solve this situation:
Qmechanic - thank you for your links: they are very useful. I am a little new still in what to do to restore a deleted article? Should the article title be posted on meta, or how can someone reach out for help to take the good out of the question and get it back online?