I was banned from asking more questions in the community because I had closed one of my own questions.
I truly respect the way the community is trying to keep the quality of questions high. That's why, when I got downvoted instead of receiving answers on one of my questions, I quickly deleted it. I did this for two reasons.
First, the system gives me the ability and the right to do so. If the feature isn't meant to be used, why don't you disable deleting questions similar to how the site prevents changing voting after a while? Why should I have been banned from asking more questions because I had used my rights?
Second, I wanted to keep my reputation and question quality on the site, which I am trying to preserve in the community, and which you are looking for, using the features you already gave me to deleting my questions. I wanted to do this because I realized that it was a low quality question.
I suggest to disable the automatic banning system and return to "vote to close" from some of the community members. I think it is enough for me and for another to be asked to close their own questions because it is a low quality question. I suggest that we encourage users to delete their own low quality questions or downvote, if doing so is the best thing for the community.