I just received a message from a moderator about my "unusual voting patterns".
I did downvote a lot of Aspiring Aqib's posts (yes, him again, I know it's the 3rd time that we've have a discussion about him this week), but I also justified every one of those downvotes in the comments (or upvoted the comment I would've left had somebody not left the comment first). Had the moderator read the posts, I have a feeling he would have realized the focus of my voting was indeed on the posts, and not the user (as he claims).
What should I do when I come across someone who consistently leaves low quality answers? (you can look at his last answers, half of them have negative ratings* - and my downvotes are removed!) Should I not downvote them? That wasn't my understanding of the FAQ..
What should we do in such cases?
* I just counted - Of his last 30 answers, 11 are strictly negative, 12 are strictly positive and 7 are at 0 (and that doesn't include my removed downvotes - so I feel like that's a fair assessment of the quality of his answers).