If your MN reports itself as a Masternode, it's a Masternode, end of story, fiddling with it is pointless.I think this only tells you that your node sees itself as masternode. Some reported earlier that he did not see his other nodes on different machine. And, the inactivity shown in drk.mn or poolhash is about how many nodes see your node as a masternode. Right?
Other MNs or your local daemon may or may not agree, they all should if they are the same protocol version, but eg. chaeplin's MNs which supply the data to his page are all still 10.15.13, so cannot be trusted to provide accurate information.