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Because I was elected as a moderator, but then hired by Stack Exchange as a developer. Developers, employees and community managers do not normally appear in that list even if they have mod powers. Generally speaking, I act as a mod only on skeptics since I moderated the site since the beginning and I know how the community works. I don't really moderate ...


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It's not a bug: it requires 10 reputation gained on this site. Your reputation gained on this site is 0, you have 1 starting rep, and 100 association bonus which doesn't count for this.


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This is by design. Our applications use the Stack Exchange API which currently does not have any access to deleted material.


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From Anna Lear on Meta Stackexchange: Thanks for catching this, but for the moment this is working as intended. The ads are still running off of the old 2014 meta posts for two reasons: The new posts only went up a couple days ago and we normally wait a bit to have them pick up speed. Holidays/vacations happened. We should be ...


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A couple of years after this question was posted, the list changed again. Sklivvz is back on the list, but is marked as being "appointed 2/17/2017" (although he was one of the original mods pro tem and was reelected via a formal election in 2012). February 2nd, 2017 is the same day that it was announced on Meta SE that he would no longer be an employee. ...


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Same thing with the iOS app: This question has a lot of deleted answers, yet only one shows. It isn't necessarily a bug, maybe it was made on purpose to not show deleted answers on mobile apps. You can still see deleted answers from your mobile web browser (mobile version of skeptics.se):


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They're presumably different questions: when a question is 'migrated' then it's copied to the new site (such that there are now two copies of the question, one closed and with its own vote count, and one migrated with its own independent vote count).


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