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I have deleted an answer I gave (the link is for 10k users) on Drupal Answers because it was wrong. Looking at the admin history, I find the following entry:

Moderator deletes flag votes - from post id = 29129, count = 0

I didn't flag it; I simply deleted the answer with the "delete" button, as every user would have done.

I also checked if there were flags raised for the answer, just to be sure I missed one, but it doesn't seem the case; the moderator's menu for that answer doesn't report any flag.


What does that entry mean? Why is it added to the admin history, if deleting own answers is not a prerogative of moderators?

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That entry appears ALL THE TIME. I see it at least once for every close or deletion. I don't know what it means but I hate it. – Ben Brocka May 10 '12 at 19:45

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