I asked a question: Explanation of transistor amplifying action. I wrote my question very specifically by highlighting the main points which I do not understand but even I have not got any useful answer.
I don't know why someone downvoted my question. Perhaps the downvote is due to the grammatical or formatting mistakes; I can just speculate.
I want to ask more questions but I am afraid I would be again downvoted and banned.
Please help me how should I ask my questions.
I have more question to ask like on \$LC\$ tuned circuit and on pull down resister. Please tell me how should I ask these questions.
I also want to ask this question: https://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/82949/steady-state-of-diffusion-current-in-semiconductors on this website because I think on physic.SE people are not so much familiar with solid state electronics. When I was using my previous account I cross-posted this question on this website but it get downvoted and soon deleted by the community moderator.
So should I cross-post this question from phys.SE?
This is a response to @ChrisLaplante.
My comment was not for the whole SE network(i.e. every SE website), it is only for https://electronics.stackexchange.com/. Although my comment has been edited by someone its essence is pretty much same as before. I had an account on this website which I have deleted. With my previous account I asked some questions which were downvoted silently. I did not know why my questions were downvoted that's why I could not improve them. I was banned to ask more questions. I do not have enough knowledge to answer Engineering questions that's why I could not lift the ban. Once I was banned on Phys.SE too but by posting answers I lifted that ban. I have made a new account here and asked two questions. My two question are not well received by the community and are downvoted. Now I know why my questions were downvoted in my previous account \$-\$ Because I did make some grammatical and formatting mistakes. But now I do not know why these two present questions are still remain downvoted although a gentle person has corrected the grammatical and formatting mistakes in it. Perhaps on this website people forget after downvoting.
Now let's come to the point. I am not mistaken this website. It is a FACT. On http://math.stackexchange.com I did make the same grammatical and formatting mistakes(like not capitalizing the word "I") but nobody downvoted for this reason. Math.SE is very good website there are very friendly people, they have given me very useful answers. This website should learn from Math.SE.
Do you know what most of the people do here(on EE.SE)? They downvote silently and walk away. They do not tell what's wrong in the post. They do not even bother whether the OP has corrected the error in his question or not. Like any country is known by the behaviour of its people, any website is known by the behaviour of its users. If majority of the people(users) of a community(website) discriminate(and humiliate) on the basis of language then that community(website) will be called "A Linguistic discriminating community(website)"
I did not came here to dissrespect anyone. I came here to learn and to ask questions. I did not want to make things personal but people here have prejudices for me, they made things personal. Yes I am an Engg. student and never understood any of my subjects. You know why? Because human race is alike, people behave in real life the same they do on any internet website. Throughout my academic carrier I have always been mocked because I ask questions which are difficult to understand and difficult to answer. My teachers always say: Your question is nonsense, it is not understandable, you are confused and confusing me too, etc etc. But the truth is my teachers do not have the qualification to answer my questions.
No one can take away my right to learn. I can self study like I did in school time. Mr. Lathrop is right - I do not belong here. This website is an English based website for intelligent students.