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Support is supposed to be rewarded for your first upvote. Why would Community upvote somehing?

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No offense, but is this even relevant? – Ian Elliott Jul 23 '09 at 21:28
    
Can somebody please edit the title to read, "Is Community SkyNet?" – Eric Jul 23 '09 at 21:30
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It is about stackoverflow, isn't it? It seemed odd that a bot supposed to be responsible for all the downvotes blah blah... would have upvotes... – R. Martinho Fernandes Jul 23 '09 at 21:32
    
Perhaps I should have avoided the comical remark at the end... Removing it right now. – R. Martinho Fernandes Jul 23 '09 at 21:32
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@Ian: that question can, and has, come up, and I think that both that and this question are perfectly valid for Meta – Kyle Cronin Jul 23 '09 at 21:36
    
Fair enough, I suppose all questions can have their place. – Ian Elliott Jul 23 '09 at 21:38
    
The real question I have to ask is: "Who cares?" Are you in competition with the community user or something? – GEOCHET Jul 23 '09 at 22:47
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Well, if you look, the Community User owns 70 upvotes, so it's not a bug. The reason why it was recently awarded is because Community owns the upvotes on migrated questions, a fairly new feature.

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