How does the automated flagging system for length and content work? Can it trigger suspensions by itself without human input? How is the severity of the penalty determined?
I am wondering because I came across the following case:
Dr. Sonnhard Grauber has been temporarily suspended "because of low-quality contributions". Now he is one of the most prolific contributors of our forum, having answered over 6000 questions.
He usually answers relatively "low-tech" questions and his answers are frequently short. This might be the reason some of his answers tend to get flagged. I've come across them pretty regularly when looking at the Low Quality review queue. Nevertheless, looking at his recent history, all his answers are solid and useful.