This message showed up in my inbox. I had to do a little research even to know what it meant. As far as I understand it, this means that someone went through and systematically up-voted a big stack of my answers to various questions, and it happened in rapid enough succession that the script caught it as suspicious, then reversed it.
When I was looking all this up, I found that the usual worry with this sort of thing is not so much that someone is up-voting on the basis of personalities rather than content (a bad thing, to be sure), but rather that people sometimes create fake accounts to give themselves extra reputation.
Is my understanding of what "serial voting reversed" means correct?
Was this reversal entirely automatic or was there moderator oversight involved?
Is there any way to know who was doing this? (It sure as heck wasn't me.) I don't need (or want) to know, but does some actual human being in what passes for authority 'round these parts know?
Has this user been addressed by the moderators in some appropriate fashion?
Is there anything I can or should do to reassure this SE group that I had nothing to do with it?
Is there anything I can or should do to make sure this kind of thing doesn't happen?
Does this kind of thing happen often here at WB/SE?
If this is not the first instance, should we make some kind of definite statement here in Meta about what "serial voting" is and why it's bad? (Here I mean the form that is well-intentioned but misses the point by focusing on personality/name instead of content.)