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In terms of voting, the Meta FAQ mentions:

What does voting mean here?

Voting here works a bit differently from the main site. On Meta, voting is often used to express agreement or disagreement, not to point out a lack of quality or helpfulness. Please don't be concerned if you receive downvotes – members of the community may simply disagree with your bug, feature request, support issue, or the nature of the discussion.

However, when I view my activity "fly-out"

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there is no way (at least I could find) to identify the posts of mine that received the votes. For example, which posts do the +2 above refer to? How else would I know that I'm awesome or not so much?

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    I can assure you: You are awesome. – doncherry Nov 5 '12 at 19:42
  • In case there is still some doubt I agree with @doncherry :-). I was about to suggest that this would be available in your reputation history, but that does not seem to exist separately for meta??? – Peter Grill Nov 5 '12 at 22:19
  • @PeterGrill: True; it exists on Meta.SO, but that's a different beast altogether since you have "reputation" on that site. – Werner Nov 5 '12 at 22:23

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