As discussed elsewhere, the reputation recalc has reduced the reputation of some high-rep users on some sites, because some serial upvoting has been reversed. This was the fate of one of the highest-rep users on Mathematica.SE: he lost 420 points.
It is pretty obvious that there was a run of votes, one per question in quick succession, for him the previous day. There is no argument from us about this: it should be reversed in line with existing policy.
But now we are noticing more serial upvoting on his profile, perhaps to "compensate" for the earlier loss of reputation.
I've posted something on Mathematica's meta site to encourage whoever it is to stop. It's not helping one of our most valuable members and is only causing consternation.
EDIT: to be clear: The problem is not how to compensate, but how to discourage some serial voters from trying to "compensate" for the loss of upvotes from their earlier serial voting, now reversed.
Is there anything else we can or should do?