On Dec 23, 2013 I edited two of my questions on Physics.SE:
Then I flagged them because one was marked duplicate and other as closed. The flags remained active for nearly four days. I left a comment on https://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/82453/are-fields-truely-continues asking the moderator to take some action on my flags, for I was worried that mods had forgotten my flags. Then eventually both of the questions got deleted by the "community moderator".
I suspect the posts deleted by the "community moderator" are indeed deleted by the human moderators. Because my questions were deleted before 9-days I had edited them. That very moderator wanted to show me an action which I requested from him.
Still no action was taken by moderatorss on my flags. After my questions were deleted by the "community moderator" one more surprise came to me: Question 1 was completely removed by moderator. when I tried to enter its URL, I was denied access to it. After this removal the moderator took action on my flags explaining that I need to edit them more.
After some time another weird thing happened: Question 2 was undeleted by the community and Question 1 was unremoved but it is still deleted by the community.
Consequently, I have two questions:
- How can a question deleted by community be undeleted? It seems impossible because a question is automatically deleted when it becomes outdated as explained here:(Enable automatic deletion of old, unanswered zero-score questions after a year?)
- How is a removed question unremoved?
Through the constructive comments of some nice users i got another question:
Does Community♦ represents a bot or the present working moderators of Stack Exchange websites?
Question 1 has been deleted by the "community moderator" by Dec 28 '13 at 13:15