I am curious about reductions in reputation that are not due to removed posts, changes in accepted answers, or recalculations of reputation scores--in short, reductions in reputation that can be attributed more directly to the user who experienced a drop in reputation. An example might be flags for rudeness.
Is there any way to view such reputation changes and immediately identify their cause (e.g. type of flag)?
I realize that downvotes to questions/answers are easily accessible on a user's profile, but the reason for such downvotes are not immediately clear. One could go to the respective question/answer and hope for a comment that explains the downvote or otherwise try to figure out why a question might be downvoted, but such a strategy seems rather tiresome. Hence my search for a more immediate/direct way.
Some of my attempts:
I can find a history of my flags, but as far as I understand this history only contains flags that I assigned, not flags that others assigned to me. In addition, based on this feature-request I believe that even if there was a way to view flags assigned to me, this might not mean I can also see the flags assigned to other users.
I can view the reputation changes of users (myself and others) by replacing
http://stackoverflow.com/users/userid/username?tab=reputation. There I can see downvotes. As flags for rudeness result in a 100 point reduction in reputation, I should theoretically be able to infer from reductions in reputation whether a flag was assigned (although I might not be able to infer which flag has been assigned, so that would still not solve my problem).