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On the non-meta sites, the review link becomes available once rep passes 125. First Posts and Late Answers become accessible for my consideration. Here on Meta, my rep has passed 125 and all I can see is review categories requiring 2k rep or more. Is this here to taunt me, egg me on to gain 2K meta rep or is it just an oversight?

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It wouldn't be the first thing the team put there as a "look what you can access someday!" – Pops Oct 16 '12 at 21:42
Is this here to taunt me Yes, that's exactly what Meta is for, all of it, not just /review ;) – Yannis Oct 16 '12 at 21:54
Well, it taunted me into asking the first question I've asked on any SO site. Quite what that says about me, I don't know. – itsbruce Oct 16 '12 at 22:03
Just curious, since you've never been an asker before, how'd you get involved in SE? Did you have a question, but got the answer before having to ask it yourself? – Pops Oct 16 '12 at 22:26
Found an answer, then found loads of questions I could answer. Particularly wrt Scheme ;) – itsbruce Oct 16 '12 at 22:28
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We just changed this: as of now, on meta sites, the "review" link in the top nav is only visible if you have >= 2k rep.

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