In this question I asked whether it is a good thing to edit a question with the purpose of downvoting it. It got downvoted 7 times (up till now). This was written:
Downvotes on Meta are different than on the main site. Here they indicate disagreement with the idea that it is okay to edit a question to downvote it after you initially upvoted it.
Is this the usual way to express an answer ("no" or "yes") to a question?
So, the question on its own isn't up- or downvoted? When user @annav is wished all the best, I can imagine upvoting.
To express it more tangible is the downvote right now (or are the ones to come) to be seen as a "no"?