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  1. I would like to edit a question to format it properly. How can I do that?
  2. Do you get reputation for good edits?
  3. How can I get a Moderator's attention? How does that system work?
  4. How can I delete a closed question?
  5. What if I can't get an adequate answer from StackOverflow?
  6. Where can I ask questions about SuperUser?
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As an aside: with regards to "corrections" by Eric, the names are actually Stack Overflow and Super User (words separated by space). See e.g. page titles (or the FAQ) on each site. –  Jonik Aug 8 '09 at 20:15
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(Other than that detail, the edits were very useful of course) –  Jonik Aug 8 '09 at 20:21

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I would like to edit a question to format it properly. How can I do that?
You need 2,000 reputation to edit other's posts. If it is a community wiki, 100.

Do you get reputation for good edits?
No

How can I get a Moderator's attention? How does that system work?
Press Flag Button Under Question, Choose Option, Press Sumbit

How can I delete a closed question?
Press 'Delete' on your own question, or requires 10,000 rep for others.

What if I can't get an adequate answer from StackOverflow?
Place a Bounty after 2 days for at least 50 reputation. It will then become a 'featured' question, and whoever you pick as the accepted answer gets the reputation, and you get your answer. If you haven't picked an answer in 7 days, it auto accepts the highest voted answer.

Where can I ask questions about SuperUser?
Here (meta.stackoverflow.com)

For all other lovely Reputation Based Questions, refer to the StackOverflow FAQ

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Addendum about first point: if the question is in community wiki mode, 100 reputation suffices. –  Jonik Aug 8 '09 at 20:06
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Added to answer. –  Tyler Carter Aug 8 '09 at 20:11

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