I've angered one to two people on Reddit who have proceeded to downvote a great many of my posts in serial.
Is there anything against Stack Overflow policies against such behaviorisms? They already do this routinely to me on Reddit, but I would bet Stack Overflow has more strict policies about manipulating someone's karma for purely vindictive reasons, right?
Before the campaign, one of my questions was +7, after -6 (13 downvotes).
-2 19 mins ago downvote Variables and the CLI? -2 19 mins ago downvote Are “elseif” and “else if” completely synonymous? -2 20 mins ago downvote Why is SELECT * considered harmful?
Why should I sit and watch while anonymous people attack my top rated answers I've spent years working on in this site? I mean, if it's that easy to game, what's in it to me to keep going? I would just copy my answers, stick them on a blog, and delete my Stack Overflow ones. At least then I wouldn't have negative karma, you know? People would still get helped all the same, just with less hassle for me.