So now and then I delete answers from Stack Overflow which never receive feedback from the asker for more than 2 weeks while the asker was clearly active on the site, or when the asker posts utter nonsense as a comment, or even chameleonizes the question if not via a comment. It are usually those low rep users. It apparently flipped my least favourite SO moderator (yes, I clearly remember to have explicitly downvoted him during the moderator elections a couple of years ago) and I got suspended for a week along with the message as shown in the screenshot.
WTF? Why is the delete button there in first place? It has even a hard limit of 5 posts per day. Which is barely a percentile of my total amount of answers. Shouldn't I have hit the daily limit of 5 deletions once per week or two? Shouldn't I have deleted an upvoted answer? Shouldn't I have posted "a lot of content" in every answer? (as explicitly mentioned in the message) I'm not even rage quitting at all. It's not as if I would never post the same answer later on a question of a more respectful asker. I've never gotten a warning via a moderator message to be more careful with deleting answers as I would otherwise be suspended. I'm not seeing anything in http://blog.stackoverflow.com/2009/04/a-day-in-the-penalty-box
why one would be suspended for that.
In any way, George Stocker, thank you for recalling me once again why you're one of my least favourite moderators. Thank you for not professionally and personally communicating this to me beforehand for the why, even though you pretend to be good at communicating. Thank you for apparently not have investigated my activity time line, or internally discussed it with colleagues before jumping into conclusions. It'll teach me to ever edit questions and post answers anyway on low rep users who are barely capable of writing English and understanding the sin and nonsense of Stack Exchange.
PS: I'm not interested in an early lift of the suspension. That's why I just post this in public to point out the epic communication fail.