This question, to some extent, is applicable to all SE sites, but I believe that Politics.SE may need addressing this more than the other sites of SE family, due to the very nature of the topics we discuss.
So, a typical situation, mentioned here:
- Alice writes a post (whether it is Q or A);
- Bob finds some problem with the post. Bob downvotes the post with a comment stating the problem;
- Charlie sees Bob's comment, agrees with argument within, downvoting the post, too;
- Alice is convinced with Bob's argument and fixes the problem;
Question: How does Charlie know that the post has been edited to undownvote the post?
Background: Unlike the other SE sites, we have a higher number of imperfect, opinionated, or emotional posts (IMO).
Ability to improve is a powerful tool, and this is the ultimate reason for voting.
Being able to reward the improved post seems to be even more important than voting for a newly written one.
How can this be done, using either SE features or some non-burdensome technique?
I mean, I don't want to bookmark all posts I have ever downvoted and revision them time-to-time.