Someone marked virtually all my recent questions for new proposals on Area51 as "Not a good example" without any comment -- even some which had already been voted as "On-topic" or "Off-topic". Similar questions by other people were not marked as such.
As I recently had a discussion about a proposal, Fisica, where those in favour of the proposal ended up being quite offensive, I think I have grounds to believe that this was someone's "retaliation" towards me with no factual reasons for the bad votes.
Right now, I can't do anything on Area51 because of this bug (which also made me wonder how to attract the attention of admins, because I've even written mails to area51@SE and team@SE) but generally, I'd like to know if there is any policy regarding such events.
I guess the first thing is to comment on the downvoted questions asking for the downvoter's reason, but as s/he left no comment there in the first place, the chance that they are interested in a discussion seems marginal. Also, of course, I cannot comment right now, because of aforementioned bug. Unjustified downvotes are also bad for the proposals in question, I believe, and of course bad for my rep, which is why I don't just want to let it rest right now.
I'm extremely grateful for any answers and help or ideas on this.
Gosh, it happened AGAIN! Thanks to Pekka, I got enough rep to make a statement in the Fisica discussion -- promptly another downvote on something which is clearly not a bad example, and a rep loss which prevents me from posting comments again. Do I have any chance of finding out who did it?! Anonymity yes please, but I'd at least like to know if there is exactly one person responsible ... and if so, have this monkey banned, for they treat SE sites like 4chan or something. Grrr!
Problem solved by flagging this -- thank you, kind moderator.