# Might I ever get Question Limit Banned?

I have a hefty number of questions, some very popular and others growing. Do I ever need to fear a question ban on this particular site?

• Maybe, if you posted a string of 30 poor questions averaging -5 in downvotes. I think it has something to do with the quality of one questions in the most recent n weeks or months, but that's a guess, and I have no clue as to what $n$ might be. I say this, because a person can have had $99.5$ percent of their flags deemed "helpful", but over a 7 day period, if declines on one's flages overwhelm those deemed helpful, one may be banned from flagging for a period of time. – amWhy Mar 18 at 17:54
• @amWhy Thanks just asking cause I know there are question bans I am almost at 100 if not at 100 questions. So I am just wondering about that. – EnlightenedFunky Mar 18 at 17:59
• Bottom line, the key here is consistency. Over the course of a week, One poor post with two downvotes and that others delete, plus 7 upvoted questions, is not a problem. It's when one reveals a pattern of posting low quality posts that one is in trouble. But indeed, higher rep users have more of a "pattern" established than do newer users. – amWhy Mar 18 at 17:59
• No need to worry, EnlightenedFunky. – amWhy Mar 18 at 18:09
• You can somewhat self-evaluate your quality-ban statistic: data.stackexchange.com/math/query/885476/… if you know your deleted questions. Based on what is visible you're way above the Q-ban so unless you now start posting utterly bad questions that all get downvoted into oblivion I doubt you can manage to get into a Q-ban. I also believe reputation is factored in (as in above a certain rep you can't get Q-banned) but that is only hearsay and I don't know the exact cut-off. – rene Mar 20 at 13:24