I just logged-in and noticed that every single of my contributions (questions and answers) to date had been downvoted: obviously by the same user, most likely without even a reading (there are 10 downvotes over a timespan of a 1-2 minutes: way too short to read everything).
While I would certainly understand my entries being downvoted (like anyone else, I make mistakes), this seems more like some strange power-trip/personal-vendetta by some brave anonymous user who clearly doesn't understand the way SE is supposed to work. When downvoting an accepted answer, a comment, if anything, would seem like the most basic courtesy to both me and other users who might read this answer later.
I really could not care less about the loss to my "reputation points", but I feel this type of childish behaviour, if unchecked, could be very detrimental to both the quality and the atmosphere of the site...
It seems like most other meta sites have had similar discussions before, so I figured this might be the occasion to have our own here:
Should we add a FAQ item strongly recommending posting an explanatory comment (with corrections if applicable) when downvoting a consequent entry?
Do jp.SE admins have any tools to manually check on this? and if so, would they mind sending a notice to the incriminated user enjoining him not to engage in that sort of behaviour? (it is my understanding that SE has a system in place to reverse serial-downvoting automatically every couple hours, but it would still be helpful to address the root cause).
Any other thought on that?