I answered a good solid question in [objc] today with what I thought was a decent answer; the question owner later inexplicably deleted it. I think the question should be kept around.*
I'd raise a mod flag, but there's nowhere to attach it to. I found a suggestion here on Meta:
I'm not sure if this is the best way, but if you post a meta question about it and include a link to the question, 10k users can vote to undelete it.
and I thought it was worth a try. Could any 10k members who have a moment to spare please give this deletion a review?
EDIT: Just to clarify (although it's apparent in the screenshot, thank you for that, YOU) -- I didn't think that there was a system error involving loss of upvotes or something like that. I apologize if I gave that impression. The rep issue was only the potential rep that I might have gotten from the answer; I am concerned about that, but I am also concerned about the content of the question and the answer.
UPDATE: As of UTC 7:26, 16 Apr 2011, the question in question has been undeleted. I don't know how or by whom. This Meta question is moot; it should perhaps be closed. Thanks to anyone who troubled him/herself to look into this, and especially Arjan.
UPDATE to the UPDATE: The revisions link was just pointed out to me, so I can now thank Daniel DiPaolo, Gabe, and Cody Gray for their interest.
* I'll admit that rep for my answer is on my mind too