Some months back I flagged a post as spam. The flag was disputed. I know disputed is not equal to declined. I've got many flags disputed, but this time I feel very bad about it. Why? Because I participated in last moderator election on Stack Overflow. Under my nomination someone posted a comment like:
You say you have 500+ flags, but the stats say you have 452 helpful flags. Does that mean >10% of your flags have been found invalid? – Juhana Feb 14 at 19:34
So disputed votes also counts, that's why I asked this question.
Link to the question (it's now deleted): https://stackoverflow.com/questions/11271077/unexpected-identifier-in-ajax-page-loader
Revision of the question that I flagged: Revision 2
But I'm pretty sure that the flag was correct, so why was it disputed? One moderator rolled back that spam question to its first revision. Is that the reason why the flag was disputed? If so, why can't the flag be approved before rolling back?