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I have no question or answere on this site; today as I was going to ask my first question I received this message on the question form:

Wait! Some of your past questions have not been well-received, and you're in danger of being blocked from asking any more.

Is it a bug or it has a justification? I am a member of some Stackexchage websites, I am active on Programmers and StackOverflow, in the StackOverflow I have this warning too, but there I have asked many questions; But why here?

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You have asked two questions before. Both received downvotes, and one was closed as offtopic. Both have been deleted in the meantime, but the system still "sees" them.

That said, I don't know in which way the system punishes overall behaviour on the network as a whole. Messages such as these are the result of heuristics the details of which are not necessarily public.

You get rid of the warning by asking several well-received questions (see here). The links the message contains lead to some hints (e.g., this link); you can also check our most often used comments and the discussions linked in them for more specific pointers.

If you are uncertain whether a question would be suitable, feel free to drop by in chat for a "beta test".

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