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I've been fairly active in the English Language Learners Stack Exchange, which recently went to beta.

Earlier this week, my reputation took a hit when some serial upvoting was reversed (which is fine by me; I'd rather earn my rep than get it as a groupie gift).

Problem is, I woke up this morning, only to discover I was apparently serially upvoted again overnight. About 10 of my questions were upvoted, all within the same hour.

ELL doesn't have moderators yet. As such, I'm not sure how I would flag this, because, unlike an answer or a comment, it's hard to flag an upvote – much less 10 of them.

I'm just wondering what the best course of action would be under such circumstances.

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Get some moderators appointed :-)? Seriously though, there's no need to flag. It gets automatically reversed as you've noticed. – ben is uǝq backwards Feb 1 '13 at 9:59
Moderators like Shog9 and Robert Cataino are still active over there though. So their Meta might be a reasonable place to post such issues. – Bart Feb 1 '13 at 9:59
@ben: I believe mod appointments are coming soon; this went public only a day or two ago. I'm not so worried about the points being rolled back; I was more concerned with possible "voting irregularities" if this keeps persisting. – J.R. Feb 1 '13 at 10:04

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