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Shouldn't this description be "First bounty you manually award on another person's question's answer"?
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The bounty was only placed somewhat recently. There might still be hope.
As you speculate I assume there are not that many users familiar with Singular on the site. I doubt that Stack Overflow would be better. They do not have a tag for it, as far as I can tell, and this likely means it will fall through the cracks (especially if it is a migration).
A suspended user cannot award the bounty. See
Will bounty rolled back if user removed or suspended?
Thus, what will happen is that same as if the user just would not show up during the relevant period of time. Roughly, a reduced bounty will be automatically awarded based on score.
From How does the bounty system work?
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As explained in some older posts, the fact that the bounty is owned by the Community user means that the user who originally offered the bounty have deleted their account. See: Bounty by Community? and How Does the Community User Set Bounties?
You can find similar past bounties in the bounties tab of the Community user profile's page. If you look at ...
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