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Here's an excerpt from my http://stackoverflow.com/reputation page:

 1  14132869 (2)
 1  14132300 (15)
 3  14138562 (-1)
 2  14138574 (10)
 2  14138574 (10)
 2  14138746 (10)
 2  14140825 (10)
 2  14140825 (10)
 2  14140825 (10)
 2  14140825 (10)
 16 14140805 (2)

From what I've gathered so far, the IDs are:

  • 1: accepted an answer or have an answer accepted
  • 2: upvote
  • 3: downvote or downvoted
  • 16: got a suggested edit approved

I see a few things missing:

  • deleted posts or removed votes - I can't seem to find any
  • setting or earning a bounty - I've never done either
  • the -100 penalty for getting a post deleted as spam/offensive - obviously never done that

What are the IDs for those? Are there any more I'm missing?

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marked as duplicate by Shadow Wizard, Mat, ben is uǝq backwards, Martijn Pieters, Lance Roberts Nov 3 '13 at 16:22

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Here you go. :) –  Shadow Wizard Nov 3 '13 at 15:05
    
@ShaWizDowArd Hmm, thanks, but what's a ModeratorReview vote? And why don't I see any Deletion or Undeletion events in my history, even though I'm sure they've happened? –  Doorknob Nov 3 '13 at 15:07

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up vote 1 down vote accepted

Those are the ID's of the vote type in the database, as can be seen in this query:

As you see, the -100 should be there with ID of 4 (offensive) or 12 (spam).

There are more details here, and as far as I could see and understand removed posts simply do not show in the reputation audit page.

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Hmm, thanks, but what's a ModeratorReview vote? And why don't I see any Deletion or Undeletion events in my history, even though I'm sure they've happened? And what's the difference between BountyStart and BountyClose? And why is there no 13 or 14? –  Doorknob Nov 3 '13 at 15:08
    
See my edit, also found a proper dupe. –  Shadow Wizard Nov 3 '13 at 15:19

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