Earlier yesterday, someone serially upvoted me on Ask Ubuntu. That doesn't bother me as much as I know the votes would be reversed in a matter of time.
But I noticed a possible bug in the serial upvoting reversal script. From my understanding, it checks for the number of fraud votes and reverses the effect by removing the false reputation. However, it seems to me that the script doesn't check if one of the voted posts is a community wiki and removes the reputation merely based on whether it was one of the serially voted post or not.
Since I don't actually derive any rep from upvotes on community-wiki posts, I think I am being wrongfully penalized for someone serially upvoting me by removing rep that I actually didn't get through the serial votes.
Here's the link to my reputation tab on Ask Ubuntu.
Clearly, I was on the receiving end of 18 upvotes, of which one was on a community wiki post. As such, I only got 85 rep but was deducted 90 rep.