i have been banned from posting questions from stack exchange mathematics, probably because some of my posts having downvotes and got closed. I was fresher to the site and wasn't familiar to the norms and way to ask a good question. Now I know how to ask a better question. I edited my posts and put it into reopening threads, such as Requests for Reopen & Undeletion Votes (volume 07/2018 - today)

I apologise the community But unfortunately my question voted to delete. Now if I try to fix my post to get out from ban, its in vain since post was deleted. Is there now no way get out from this situation?

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    $\begingroup$ You edited this question 34 times, almost all of which were trivial edits changing the capitalization of a word. Do you really claim this was in good faith? $\endgroup$ – Mike Miller Feb 3 at 16:23
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    $\begingroup$ Your page says you're temporarily suspended and that this will end in three days—so you'll be able to post again soon. If you edit an existing post, try to do all the edits in one go, especially they're small ones. $\endgroup$ – timtfj Feb 3 at 20:05
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    $\begingroup$ Also you don't need to put the question in the reopening thread straight away—it goes into a queue for possible reopening when you first edit it. That's another reason to do all the edits at once—you want people to see that the question has improved. $\endgroup$ – timtfj Feb 3 at 20:08
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    $\begingroup$ @Mike, in all fairness, two of those 34 edits were made by users other than OP; OP only edited the question 32 times. $\endgroup$ – Gerry Myerson Feb 3 at 21:43
  • $\begingroup$ @timtfj I'm not sure he can post again after the suspension ends. Automatic question ban and a manual suspension are different; one is imposed automatically by the system and is private (no one except OP/mods knows), the other is imposed manually by mods and is visible to anyone on the profile. $\endgroup$ – Andrew T. Feb 4 at 7:46
  • $\begingroup$ @Andrew Hmm. The difficulty now is that if I delete my first comment, the second no longer makes sense . . . I'd better leave it there I think. $\endgroup$ – timtfj Feb 4 at 10:37

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