I have just run across a question that had several (4 or 5) answers, of which 1 was correct, and 3 incorrect (for different reasons). I upvoted and downvoted accordingly.
- Is there any moral reason not to do this?
I guess not; asking just in case... I am more interested in the following:
- Can this behavior trigger some hidden script that monitors "unusual voting activity"? I guess 3 downvotes are not enough, but what if there were 20 downvoted answers?
Why yes: if my judgement was incorrect, it looks like I am deliberately supporting a specific user for no reason
Why not: "serial voting" is described as voting (+ or -) for different posts of the same user - my case is different