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When my rep in Stack Exchange is over 200, should I uncommit, then commit in Area51?

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No, you do not have to recommit to proposals on Area51. You account will automatically be accounted for in the "committers with 200+ rep on any other site" list once you hit 200 rep in any site.

However, do note that it may take up to a day for that to happen as the reps are synced nightly.

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