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(https://webapps.stackexchange.com/review/suggested-edits/111499 shows action by both.) [Edit: At first glance they both looked like special users. Not so.]

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Community♦ is a special user. Community is credited for reviews when they are:

  • Done by deleted users

  • Improved, in which case Community is shown as having approved the edit

  • Rejected and edited, in which case Community is shown as having rejected the edit

user0 is a normal user who just happens to have "0" in the username. user0 approved the edit before it was improved by a different user.

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A key difference is that their real user numbers, respectively, are -1 for Community♦ and 186471 for user0 (on webapps, and thus not 0), as can be seen in the URL (classically displayed in a browser's status bar when mousing over the usernames) that clicking on the name opens.

Community♦ (/community is tacked on the end of the canonical URL) is a special user.

But user0 (/user0 is tacked on the end of the canonical URL) is a normal user who just happens to have "0" in the username. user0 approved the edit before it was improved by a different user.

I found no true user 0 - no user with ID 0 on any SE sites.
There is also no user with ID 1 on some SE sites, but there IS a user with ID 1 on other SE sites.

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    All of the sites with "no user ID 1" had such users at their beginnings, but those users later deleted their accounts. – Sonic the Anonymous WizHog Mar 27 at 6:06

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