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In the revision history of question 1332120, it says that the question was asked by Jeff Atwood♦. However, the question

Why?

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Don't know what exactly was in that question, but this happens when a moderator edits something out of the post and the previous revision gets burned (usually when it contains personal information). According to the timeline, the post was created by omg. Jeff must have removed and burned something from the question. I don't really care to investigate it any further because that's a total crap question which will be deleted very shortly.

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  • Aaand it's gone. – michaelb958--GoFundMonica Nov 19 '13 at 3:02
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    I'm so glad to see a response from someone I voted for in the last moderator election. – Pang Nov 19 '13 at 3:07
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That question might even be before we had mod powers to burn a specific revision (i.e. it might have been ad hoc altered via sql).

Regardless, the current feature that allows a mod to destroy a revision will ensure the original post owner retains the initial revision, so this won't happen any more.

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  • Is that a recent change to the feature? Because this question is pretty recent... – animuson Nov 19 '13 at 19:16
  • Hmm, I tested it on dev before commenting about ownership retention and there were no issues... GREAT, ANOTHER BUG! – Jarrod Dixon Nov 20 '13 at 3:06

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