For some badges it's possible through the Stack Exchange Data Explorer but since your votes aren't public, it won't work for Sportsmanship.
It is possible through the API but it's rather cumbersome and will require multiple calls (first to obtain a list of your answers with positive score, then for each of them a list of other answers on the question, if you ...
I don't recall deleting bad questions (and don't have the rep to see my deletions)
You have posted 24 questions, 13 of which have been deleted.
Your question scores are +5 (for the positive questions) and -12 (for the negative questions) so -7 net.
This question was deleted by yourself and has a score of -7.
Deleted questions with negative votes:
I dont recall deleting bad questions (and dont have the rep to see my deletions), and I've been using Stack Exchange for many years, paying attention to Meta, creating and reading Meta questions asking best practices, and while
I definitely can recall a few guilty Stack Overflow questions where I
was asking something too broad out of desperation to solve a ...
The question was deleted by the roomba a month ago.
That doesn't mean it was "bad", it was simply ignored and had neither votes nor answers.
If the question is more than 365 days old, and ...
has a score of 0 or less, or a score of 1 and a deleted owner
has no answers
is not locked
has view count <= the age of the question in days times 1.5
Catja's answer is effectively advocating that the block is outright removed and I wanted to simply garner Community opinion on whether that is the right course of action. To that end this is a counter-argument saying that the block should remain in place until such time as an effective permissive, yet still spam-blocking, alternative can be put in place.
There was a second spam wave in October of 2019, so the ban was added back again. We can disable it again or we can try to make it smarter since these waves seems to happen more than once. I looked at the entry and this is what I'm seeing - the [\uAC00-\uD7AD]+ is part of the unicode range for Hangul.
Over the last 11 months there have been a bit over 300 ...
No, there's no penalty involved at all. If the rollback is wrong, feel free to perform another rollback to the correct version (and perhaps leave a comment why you're doing this) but do not get involved in a so-called rollback war; at that point, it's better to invoke the moderators by raising a custom flag.
Just posting an actual answer to this:
I my humble opinion, it makes utterly no sense why this question was downvoted so quickly out of the gate by multiple people. Checking the documentation for FreeRDP — which is what Remmina uses for RDP connections — I see no clear compatibility version statement.
So what I decided to do is upvote the question, edit it a ...