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It was in the 20's about a year ago. You only appear to have been a member of this site (Pro Webmasters) for "3 months" according to your Webmasters profile, and all your (Webmasters) rep seems to have been gained from a single question asked just a few days ago. (Most of those points were from an answer I posted in stack exchange's Math group.) Note ...


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It's not a bug. When posts are deleted, reputation points earned for editing them will be removed and your reputation will be recalculated shortly. As indicated in this Meta answer, users who created the post, users with specific high levels of reputation, moderators, and the system (aka., "Community") can delete posts. In fact, posts are automatically ...


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A long-time user deleted their account. Among other side effects, this results in the loss of any reputation earned from edits where theirs was the final vote to approve. It appears a little bit odd in the reputation history, as the edits themselves aren't actually reverted... Still, I think it's a slight improvement over the previous behavior, wherein you'...


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That question has been protected because it received four spam or very low quality answers. We protect question that attract spam to prevent spammers from continuing to target them with new accounts. You are unable to answer the question because you need to get 10 reputation to answer a protected question other than the 100 reputation points for ...


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