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unaccept on community wiki still yields -15 reputation to the original poster, for instance "-15 11 hours ago unaccept".

However it actually does not change reputation but shows up in the reputation log. I am not perfectly sure, however I believe the post was made community wiki after it was accepted, in that regard the -15 rep. should have been factored into the rep. score. Now it just shows as -15 in the log only.

Even it's a minor bug I guess the entire reputation system doesn't not use the history logs but only the present state. If so, it should be resolved as a known issue.

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This is not a bug, it's behaving correctly - you just need to look back further. Like you said, it was made community wiki after being accepted, that means the user did get +15 rep at the time it was accepted. That means upon reversing it they'll get a -15 accordingly.

If you look at the post owner's reputation history you see a +15 from the accept back on December 11th, and a -15 from the unaccept today, Jan 2nd.

If you reaccept (which is what happened) then the new vote simply has no impact, it is a 0 score since it was created after the post was made community wiki - meaning the new vote also doesn't show in the owner's rep history, since it had no net impact on their reputation.

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this part I understand, it does show in the log "-15 rep". In any way it's a bug, it shall not show in the logs at least when there is no effect on the reputation. i.e the rep. is still the same. –  bestsss Jan 2 '12 at 12:26
    
@bestsss - There was an effect on their reputation, they lost 15 due to the unaccept (since they earned 15 from the original accept, when the post was not community wiki), is there something else I'm missing? –  Nick Craver Jan 2 '12 at 12:33
    
Nick, no there is no rep. loss, I am the one w/ the unaccepted answer, so i am perfectly sure there was no rep. change. –  bestsss Jan 2 '12 at 12:34
    
@bestsss - Visit /reputation, I think you'll agree there's exactly a 15 rep difference that'll take effect on your next recalc... –  Nick Craver Jan 2 '12 at 12:44
    
it has been 4006 for days, it still shows the same. nothing has changed. –  bestsss Jan 2 '12 at 12:46
    
@bestsss - No, it doesn't...it shows "** total rep 3991 :)", did you actually visit the link in my last comment, or just ignore it to argue your point? :) –  Nick Craver Jan 2 '12 at 12:47
    
I did, i know it shows there. but on my screen it's 4006, ahh ok I had to click 'trigger', got that. still a bug imo –  bestsss Jan 2 '12 at 12:47
    
@bestsss - "rep sync" has lots of issues...we'll begin working on a major project to finally solve that hopefully tomorrow :) –  Nick Craver Jan 2 '12 at 12:50
    
fine, i'm to accept the answer; overall known issues as rep. sync –  bestsss Jan 2 '12 at 12:52
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