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In question/timeline api all votes actions have the same timestamp in creation_date... is it intentional?

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It's to keep people from deducing who made a particular vote. – George Stocker Jul 1 '10 at 12:34
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Vote timestamps are reduced in resolution to a day. So multiple votes occurring within the same day will all have the same timestamp.

This is intentional.

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