Notice removed Draw attention by Community
    Bounty Ended with no winning answer by Community
    Notice added Draw attention by user315433
    Bounty Started worth 50 reputation by Community
2 added 239 characters in body
source | link

I am aware that I lose reputation for suggested edits if the final approver of the edit is removed. But now there is an extraneous "reverted" event to go along with user removal:

reputation history

Source: my reputation history on Academia.

The edit was not reverted, it's still there. In any case, I should not lose 2 points twice for the total of -4. FortunatelyAnd indeed, it seems that my reputation only dropped from 131 to 129 despite what the history suggests.

So the entire line with "-2 reverted" is a bug.


A more extreme example: Ben Miller on Sports got 21 "reverted" events on 2017-06-30, none of which should be there. His rep loss is 42, not 84 as the reputation history says.

I am aware that I lose reputation for suggested edits if the final approver of the edit is removed. But now there is an extraneous "reverted" event to go along with user removal:

reputation history

Source: my reputation history on Academia.

The edit was not reverted, it's still there. In any case, I should not lose 2 points twice for the total of -4. Fortunately, it seems that my reputation only dropped from 131 to 129 despite what the history suggests.

So the entire line with "-2 reverted" is a bug.

I am aware that I lose reputation for suggested edits if the final approver of the edit is removed. But now there is an extraneous "reverted" event to go along with user removal:

reputation history

Source: my reputation history on Academia.

The edit was not reverted, it's still there. In any case, I should not lose 2 points twice for the total of -4. And indeed, my reputation only dropped from 131 to 129 despite what the history suggests.

So the line with "-2 reverted" is a bug.


A more extreme example: Ben Miller on Sports got 21 "reverted" events on 2017-06-30, none of which should be there. His rep loss is 42, not 84 as the reputation history says.

1
source | link

When a user who approved an edit is removed, an incorrect "-2 reverted" event appears in reputation history

I am aware that I lose reputation for suggested edits if the final approver of the edit is removed. But now there is an extraneous "reverted" event to go along with user removal:

reputation history

Source: my reputation history on Academia.

The edit was not reverted, it's still there. In any case, I should not lose 2 points twice for the total of -4. Fortunately, it seems that my reputation only dropped from 131 to 129 despite what the history suggests.

So the entire line with "-2 reverted" is a bug.