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In the deleted tab in 10k moderation tools, apparently, Recently deleted (not by owner) and Recently undeleted (not by owner) sections are designed not to show questions manipulated by their owner.

Unfortunately, it shows questions like this which is deleted and undeleted by the owner, probably by mistake. This just clutters up that list.

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Just noticed this on the Unix SE: – Michael Mrozek Sep 3 '10 at 18:12
Just encountered this – Josh Lee Oct 1 '10 at 15:57
up vote 2 down vote accepted

Should be fixed after the next build

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Still not fixed, even over a year later. Seems like all I ever see on the "Recently Undeleted (not by owner)" list are posts undeleted by the owner. At the very least they should just remove the "(not by owner)" parts of the list titles.

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I'm with you -- I'd rather they change the label than do additional filtering on the list. – Jon Seigel Dec 2 '10 at 23:17

This is still the case. For example did show up as recently undeleted (not by owner), which is clearly wrong.

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Some more proof:


...but and show they have been deleted and undeleted by their owners.

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