I would like to receive comments on recent deletion activity of one of the moderators.
IMHO, copying answers into a Wiki should not justify deletion of the original answer, especially if they received a large number of votes.
At least in one occasion the copying distorted also the context of an answer (see edit below).
It is fine to create a Wiki using Information in other answers, but original answers should be kept and referred to in the Wiki.
Question: What happens to the votes if answer is deleted by moderators? Is this a desired activity of moderators?
Edit: Concerning distortion: I know it can be edited but the second last bullet (as of now) in here reads
I just noticed someone was from Ocean Science Analytics (https://www.oceanscienceanalytics.com/our-services), which I had never heard of before.
This and in particular the "I" makes only sense in the original answer and not in a Wiki. If you delete this sentence from Wiki you remove a significant part of the original answer (flagging that this particular source is worth looking into, which I did after reading this answer). So best to keep answer AND selected information in Wiki
Reputation earned for posts with a score of 3 or higher, and where the post has been visible on the site for at least 60 days, is retained". In the Bioacoustics wiki we are talking about, all responses meet these requirements, so no reputation scores are removed. This is something that could be considered when deciding to move a thread to a wiki style, i.e. potentially wait for 60days. $\endgroup$