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From What does “user was removed” mean and why did my reputation change because of it? The reputation adjustment always occurs whenever a user is deleted, unless that user has cast a very large number of votes. In which case, deletion will be delayed so staff may consider preserving the votes prior to the deletion. The decision is at the staff's discretion ...


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The -1 would be associated with a downvote you cast on someone else's answer. From that link: What happens when I vote down? When you vote down, you are nudging that content "down" the page, so it will be seen by fewer people. Voting down answers is not something we want you to take lightly, so it is not free. Downvotes remove 2 reputation ...


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This isn't a bug, it's status-bydesign. The unupvote is the confusing piece. Your rep for Nov 17th shows a -10, but this is actually impacting your rep on the day for the original vote, July 30th. When an unupvote happens, it's like the original vote never happened...poof, it disappeared on July 30 along with the rep, even though the action happened much ...


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I am just guessing but it seems to me this is a caching issue. The recent move to double the reward for questions means for you that your reputation on this site should increase by 65 points, based on the number of your questions and their current score. That is exactly the difference between the numbers 172 and 237 that you are (were) observing. I suspect ...


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