I am interested in the explanation of why both flags for "harassment/bigotry/abuse" and "unfriendly/unkind" were declined.
People (including me) come here if they do not understand or forgot something, can not get things to work as they expect, or need guidance. (Or do I misinterpret the purpose of SE.EE and it exists for people to earn reputation on easy/interesting questions on their speciality?)
The statement made "which appears to somehow exclude you" sounds at least inappropriate and pejorative, at most discriminative.
I am not native English speaker, and I can not change it whatever I do. Tell me that I am not a target audience, and misfit for using Texas Instruments' products and services because of it.
Next, if I would be "formally trained" and used matters I asked in question every day I would never come to site asking question, because I have made things working without anyone's help and guidance. And what's about hobbyists not having "formal training" by definition - they are wanted to be excluded from using TI products and services and SE.EE website?
And then, how did writer know that I am (personally) not an electronics designer? Electronics is relatively big field of knowledge and practice, and none can be proficient in everything.
In addition, I consider Texas Instruments is also being offended by this thought. Note that I do not apply for reasons for "[TI] chose their words [technical terms for naming voltages]", I apply for discrimination of the market TI serves - the text in brackets. Such statements are not only bad for community, they are bad for SE as an enterprise having them on its web pages. Do you see the risk?
So why my flags were declined?
Update: I can not find the list of current moderators on SE.EE on any SE.EE web page I usually access. Is this information a secret?