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Is there any way(as I really don't know) to get the list of persons who have voted on my comments.

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@anonymous voters: please always come with comment for improvements, while voting down. person would die with curiosity in mind, What he did wrong. ;) – rptwsthi Nov 11 '11 at 5:39
Down-votes have a bit of a different meaning in meta.SO. They are simply to indicate "I do not agree [with this proposal]." While you are not specifically suggesting any changes, the down-votes are mostly like folks expressing the opinion "no, we do not want this." – Robert Cartaino Nov 11 '11 at 7:00
However, asking for explanations on downvotes inevitably leads to a flurry of downvotes anyway; some people think it's funny - I made the mistake of asking myself once. – Phil Lello Nov 11 '11 at 9:27
up vote 13 down vote accepted

No, there isn't.

All up/down votes are anonymous.

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+1 too, for helping out. – rptwsthi Nov 11 '11 at 5:40

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