Blog Guidelines

The Argologue (“listing of the inactive”) is a community blog for tracking Quora users who have deactivated their accounts. It is a sister blog to Necrologue, but it is run differently:

  • Submissions are welcomed from any Quora user, about either their own deactivation or others’.
  • Submissions are welcomed for either deactivations or reactivations.
  • There is no fixed template, and no editorial intervention by the blog owner (me) other than approving posts.
  • BNBR continues to apply, in content and comments.
  • There is no requirement that you wait to confirm before posting a deactivation. (You may want to do so anyway.)
  • Deactivations by themselves are no longer in scope of Necrologue, and notifications of deactivation will be redirected to this blog.
  • Deactivations with an accompanying quit notice are still in scope of Necrologue, if the quit notices indicate that the user is departing Quora permanently, or temporarily for reasons internal to Quora.



  • Nandu Sen
  • Reason given: Multiple violations.

Your account has been banned because it has been linked to multiple violations of Quora’s policies and guidelines. To learn more about our policies and guidelines, please visit:…

If you feel this ban was made in error, you can appeal this decision by going to and selecting “I want to appeal a moderation decision.”

Posts on this blog will only point to the profile of users, and mention any reason for sanction given in edit profiles. Speculation about why people have been banned or blocked will not be entertained. BNBR applies in comments.