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Post 31265 and Post 31267 are working fine, but https://area51.meta.stackexchange.com/questions/31266 leads nowhere. I have earned enough rep to see deleted posts, and I do see them all the time, but not this time. What happened to post 31266?

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    Usually, you'll need 10k reputation to view deleted posts. Can you see my deleted answer here? – Glorfindel Jul 18 at 8:43
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    Strange. I don't see your deleted post (although I upvoted it for the humor, since you said you like "flags" but meant moderation flags rather than flag designs). But I see this deleted post, don't you? You're right it says that we need 10,000 to view deleted posts: area51.stackexchange.com/faq, however I could have sworn that the rep required on A51 was significantly lower. There's a total of 7 people with 10k, out of about 100,000 users. – Nike Dattani Jul 19 at 2:14
  • I don't see that deleted answer either. Is it your own? Did you ask the question? – Glorfindel Jul 19 at 7:09
  • As someone who's certainly don't have enough rep to see deleted posts on here, I can't see all the posts linked on here ;) – Andrew T. Jul 20 at 17:29
  • @Glorfindel I was not the one that asked the question, but I did write an answer to that question, so maybe that's why I can see it. I was under the impression that I had enough rep to see deleted posts here because I see them often. The Languages Supersite proposal for example, was deleted for some period of time and I thought I could see that one too (but maybe because I wrote an answer to it). – Nike Dattani Jul 20 at 17:31
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You need 10,000 reputation to see deleted posts (with some exceptions, such as your own deleted posts, or deleted questions you've answered; the full list is documented on Meta Stack Exchange). Area 51 Discussions has the same privilege level as normal sites even though Area 51 uses a different one.

So the post was deleted, just like what happens to many others on the site. I do happen to have some information about it, because it was logged in a script of mine; it was about a now deleted proposal Android APP Development.

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