This must be a bug that lasts for over 2 weeks.
We are not alone:
Traffic (views, visits) isn't correctly registered on Site Analytics or Area 51
Traffic isn't updated correctly on Area51
But when I vote to close and select "Should be migrated" as the reason, my only choice is Politics.Meta.
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The comment thread was getting too long and it was beginning to go off topic.
The Stack Exchange format is for Questions and Answers to those questions, and the purpose of comments is to supplement that. Long discussions in the comments that aren't specifically about the question or answer will be deleted.
Comments begin to become noise, that casual ...
You are correct - the mobile view didn't have the same checks in place as the main login. This will be fixed in the next build. For now - enjoy your early access to our private beta all you mobile device lovers!
That question was flagged because the revision history included the supposed name of the person the question was about, and apparently, that name is being kept hidden, so I figured we might as well be on the save side and not have the name in the question.
The +4 relates to the total amount of rep points obtained, not the number of votes; upvotes add 10 points while downvotes subtract 2. 10-3*2 = 4
Note that the Reputation box in the profile summary only shows recent reputation events - see this related meta post - not overall totals of reputation gained from a post. You can see the full breakdowns here.
I can confirm this as well. I first registered on Dec 4th UTC on my tablet, but didn't notice until this morning that I was being rejected from a non-mobile browser. Changing the user agent on my desktop browser to that of a mobile allowed me to log in without a problem.
It looks like the code that checks authorization isn't included in the mobile site. ...
It's likely because of the scripts underneath.
"Time-ago" libraries, if one could call them that way, typically work by computing the (ideally absolute) time difference and turning that in a human readable format - 45 min ago, 2 hours ago, etc. In this case one caption is about the time, and the other is about days. Odds are that anything less than 24h ...
It appears that posts where the owner has been deleted do not appear in this list. As Mad Scientist suggests, this is due to the self-delete check - although I'm not sure it's intentional; throwing a null into a boolean expression tends to produce odd results in SQL.