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At this point:

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The question appears as if nothing had changed (good thing, since it actually didn't). But for the ones obsessed (like me) on knowing the whole history of posts, it is a bit counter intuitive to have a blank post without a link to revisions, but that have had important details in the revisions.

I don't want to go randomly accessing the revisions by typing the url, this will be slow and unhealthy. It would be handy to have messages like this:

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And the same when bounty period have concluded or awarded on answers.

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What import details are in the revision here, exactly? The bounty tells you when it started, if you're really interested in that. I don't see anything overly wrong with adding the link, but I'm not sure it's very useful in the general case. – Tim Stone Aug 28 '12 at 17:59
It is mainly just for consistency, everything that adds a revision entry creates the "X time ago" message with the exception of bounties. But I think there should be no exception, if the revision is not empty, so should the link to revision. – ajax333221 Aug 28 '12 at 18:12

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