When posting a question about ongoing research on non-classical logic, I noticed that other site users quickly tried to mute it, accusing me of not having the necessary background. They could easily be disproved by taking into account my university achievements (I'm currently just before graduation, and I would already be graduated if I hadn't switched the university for personal reasons).
It's obvious that they just disliked someone researching the constructive strain of logic instead of the classical logic which has been somewhat more successful.
So, I suggest that the community topic reflects this. New users should be made aware that research-level questions are only permitted if the research matches the topics the older participants are comfortable with.
I cannot show an example since they already deleted my post. I couldn't even move it to another site if I found one which permits non-classical logic research.
Edit: The deleted post has been made viewable again: question about non-classical logic
Even though one of the commenters pointed out some perceived similarity to modal logic, I cannot edit the question in order to make the difference more clear.
The bottom line being: I might have worded my question better, and made the motivation more clear, but I can't do so anymore because a few people disliked the research. This should not happen to new users, and it can be prevented by those researchers specifying there preferences about permissible research in the site topic.