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This is the tag to use for any questions related to deleted answers specifically.

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Deleted answers appear to the owner and to 10K and diamond mods. There is no noticeable time-delay: it happens immediately. Deleted answers (and questions, if you're in the mood) will appear with a p …
answered Aug 24 '10 by waiwai933
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If you're linking to blog posts you wrote, then how are you answering the specific question? It's like asking "What is x in the equation 3x+6 = 9?", and instead of answering "1" and why the answer is …
answered Nov 18 '11 by waiwai933
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If a user is ragequitting and deleting all of their old posts, that might be a reason (although you should probably flag as well to let a mod know). Otherwise, it's probably best to ask politely to u …
answered Sep 18 '11 by waiwai933
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Email team@stackoverflow.com; they (the devs) are the only people who can truly erase information from all users. When there was no apparent action was taken, why was the flag marked as helpful? …
answered Nov 16 '11 by waiwai933
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Update 5/19/2012: Please, please implement this. I'm tired of seeing rep go up instead of down at the end of suspensions because I spent half an hour cleaning out the user's posts. A certain user on …
asked Aug 17 '11 by waiwai933
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According to Jarrod, the new limits only apply to deletion of other persons' posts. Traditional limits on deleting your own post still apply.
answered May 25 '10 by waiwai933
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The points gained by the user that has answered the question. status-bydesign because the rep cap makes recalcs expensive. It's updated on a reputation recalc, which can ve trigerred manually at …
answered Sep 3 '11 by waiwai933