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Yesterday I was serial downvoted on SO - top four marked answers. So, lost 8 rep and was sitting at #,#22.

Looks like the script caught it, because there's no downvotes for yesterday when I check the summary page. But so far, I've only gotten back half the rep - I'm at #,#26. I regained 4 rep.

Is this a bug? Does the serial downvote reversal perform a recalculation? My accounts are linked, in case does turn out to be a bug.

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Yes, the serial downvote reversal does perform a recalculation, so that will be where the other points went.

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I think it causes a recalc on your account, which would affect your rep in strange ways (deleted posts are now recalculated, etc).

But you can be happy that now you have your real reputation

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How are deleted posts interpreted? I know I've had two reversals lately, but the rep was accurate at the time. – OMG Ponies Mar 3 '10 at 16:38
    
@omg, if they are deleted, the rep is restored (whether it was positive or negative) – juanformoso Mar 3 '10 at 19:26
    
Awesome, now I can use my sockpuppet account to force rep recalcs on the users I think are sorely in need of one! Er, wait, did I post this while I was logged in? – Ether Mar 4 '10 at 16:23

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