My post was deleted within 40 minutes of being posted, no comments or indications as to why. If there is a reason for deleting content, would it be wise to let the poster know what (if anything) they did wrong? Otherwise, it seems that the proper course of action would be to simply put the post up again (because there is nothing objectively wrong with it).
Are deleted posts completely undeclared, or is there some way of knowing why it happened?
I am led to believe votes to close an answer have certain criteria, which my post obviously does not meet:
You may vote to delete answers in the following cases:
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
I refer to this answer which meets NONE of the deletion criteria in even the wildest possible abstraction.