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On the active tab of the tag on SO, is shows that vs Application Architecture was changed by this user; however, there are no changes visible in questions or answers, nor is there any activity for this user.

It wasn't bumped by the Community user, so I guess why is an old question active? doesn't apply here.

How could this be? Are there other, secret, Community users or something? I am just curious.

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The user posted an answer, which was deleted by a moderator. I guess it's a bit frustrating that deleted-activites are still taken into account.

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Ah that's clear then. Interesting to see that a deleted answer still bumps the question. – Marijn Nov 25 '11 at 13:43
@Marijn, I wonder if the deletion also bumps it (again). But surely the posting of the answer will have bumped it. – Arjan Nov 25 '11 at 14:00

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