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From time to time, I go to the report of pending deleted. I find a question that claims to have a delete vote. When I go to the question, it has none -- and in fact is hours to days away from being deletable. What's happening?

Example.

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That questions is deleted by OP once, and undeleted himself, so the question is just not in the list anymore. I think thats why you seeing None.

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Is it just temporarily hanging around on the list? – Rosinante Apr 12 '10 at 2:21
    
@bmargulies, as far as I know those lists are cached, which makes time gap between the actual votes and list. – YOU Apr 12 '10 at 2:29

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