As Shog9 and JohnP suggested, my writing:
appear to share the same characteristics
Start with a general-purpose explanation of the question's topic, paraphrased from another site.
Follow with a list of references and excerpts that may be useful in answering the question.
The most distinctive aspect of these appears to be that, unlike most other answerers
obscure your answer within tangential commentary
I'm not sure if this is a personal style, if it is a side-effect of how you research these questions, or a side-effect of the nature of the questions you're answering
and many more.
List of removed answers include (and this is not full list and not only mine are removed):
- What is the current reason of answer removal: 'symptoms and how migraine is categorised'?
- Glaucoma answer removed because of a shotgun approach?
- Should mod remove answers which doesn't address all sub-questions?
- What's wrong with my answer to cold in summers with nose bleeding issues?
- Confusing CPR question
First of all, I'm not native speaker, secondly I don't believe removing answer because of my personal style is enough reason. This is against the rules described in Help.
Since new pro tempore mod were selected, answers are get removed massively for any slight excuses and it is hidden under the carpet.
The process of removal share the same characteristics as well:
- First the answers are removed for fair point, like lack of references or too many/long cites.
- Then when answer gets corrected, it gets rejected for undeletion because it's interpreted in this way that it doesn't answer exact questions of OP.
- After the answers are corrected, another excuse is that it doesn't address everything.
- After the answers are corrected (which probably wasn't expected to get so far), it's kept in removed state, because of my 'personal style' or 'general-purpose explanation'?
Really? It sounds like a loop-hole. Removing for fair reason, but keeping it deleted for not fair reason.
And sometimes answers are get removed for no reason (without any comment). I understand that down-votes can be anonymous, but removal should be clarified, as I can't improve something that I'm not aware of.
Shouldn't the answer be undeleted once the initial problem has been sorted out? By not finding another extra reasons for keeping it deleted (which weren't addressed at the first place when it was removed)?
What happened to SE community rule where votes and community suggestions in comments are the main indication that my answer should be improved (which I'm doing every time). I believe the Community should decide whether the answer should be published on the site or not.
As far as I can see, the reasons for deletion can be:
- commentary on the question or other answers
- asking another, different question
- “thanks!” or “me too!” responses
- exact duplicates of other answers
- barely more than a link to an external site
- not even a partial answer to the actual question
If there are missing reasons, like personal style, please add it there to avoid further confusion.
If you want a better way of saying that my answers are not welcomed here, just say it and I won't participate on the site anymore. Simple as that.