Skulking around in an invisibility cloak doesn't get you noticed by the vote fairy, even if you do stuff like tweaking peoples noses or creating and answering nodes. To get noticed you have to make yourself heard and seen by either removing your cloak or by speaking up in the CB.
The vote fairy considers it would be too much work to check each of the 41,312 registered monks every night to see if they need their votes topped up, so he only visits the five hundred or so monks who have been seen around the monastery during the previous day.
For more PM stats see the PerlMonks Statistical Page.
Update: corrected stats and added link.
DWIM is Perl's answer to Gödel
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