Yesterday, I had 10 questions downvoted in rapid succession. This morning, I woke up to a serial downvote reversal as I expected I would. Shortly after, three of my top voted answers were downvoted:
How can e-mail be delivered to a domain without an MX record?
What is Active Directory Domain Services and how does it work?
Networking Units: Not getting expected performance from 100Mb Ethernet
These are all excellent answers, if I do say so myself :)
I don't care about the rep, but I'm curious whether or not these three votes will trigger another reversal. Usually, three wouldn't, but if it's truly from the same user as before then it should.
So, does the serial down voting algorithm consider a voter's past reversals when determining whether there was vote fraud or not?