Assuming StackExchange doesn't decide to restore my account after deleting it due to age restrictions (even though I'm 14 already and almost 15 ಠ_ಠ), a lot of people on this site just lost reputation from my upvotes being deleted. This happened at around 5:30 PM on June 20th, 2017, UTC.
So, your challenge is to show how much PPCG reputation was lost from my deletion, given the user's PPCG ID.
A single integer will represent the user's UUID on PPCG.
A single integer will represent how much reputation the user lost due to this. If the user lost reputation multiple times within the same hour all due to user removals, then it is acceptable if your program returns the number for the wrong user. In the event that the user gained reputation from my account being deleted, your program should return a negative number for losing negative reputation. And finally, should I have had no voting on that user (in the past 60 days), your program should return 0.
UUID -> REP-LOST (Username) # Don't output the username 40695 -> 22 (Downgoat) 12012 -> 148 (Dennis) 8578 -> 61 (Martin Ender)
You can check by going to
https://codegolf.stackexchange.com/users/<UUID>/?tab=reputation&sort=post and looking for
User was removed (learn more)
Original idea thanks to Uriel with approval
Thanks to JungHwan Min for this link!
You can fetch raw data of a user's reputation change from this link above.