I have read the other questions here about 'user was removed'. This is not a duplicate because I understand the mechanics of the hit and have taken the hit before (although on the main site).

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You will see the decrement next to the aviation site. The hit is 10 points. On to the question...

How could a user give me 10 points?

I asked a question and accrued rep at 5 point increments, but never answered one. Is it possible for a single user to up vote a question twice? I don't get it.

OR were two users removed and the software reported it as an aggregation?

Full rep history...

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  • The question got two views immediately. Now I am guessing that there is 1 from me, and the software puts the question into the database and this counts as a view. – Gayot Fow Jul 4 '15 at 1:55
  • @mindcorrosive, there may be someone in the higher ups here who knows and is willing to share. Can we wait until the question has about 22 - 23 views before migration? The question is not the end of the world for me, not urgent; I just don't get how the system worked out what it did. – Gayot Fow Jul 4 '15 at 15:36
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    Maybe two users were removed and the system joins the reputation delta. – JoErNanO Jul 5 '15 at 15:44
  • @JoErNanO Unless something has changed recently, only the reputation tab is joining user deletion events, not the dropdown as in the OP's question. – nicael Jul 8 '15 at 17:33
  • could you have two questions? If the single user upvoted them both, then was removed, you would lose more rep. I've lost up to a hundred at a time. – Kate Gregory Jul 8 '15 at 17:53
  • You sure you never answered a question? It might have been long ago. – Shadow The Princess Wizard Jul 8 '15 at 17:55

A single user did not give you 10 rep points on your question, there were 2 users who were deleted approximately about the same time that both had upvoted it.

The "User was removed" is showing an aggregation of both users being deleted.

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