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The questions are populated too fast.

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@Baard: – SilentGhost Aug 25 '09 at 11:18
It's also amazing that after 268 questions (and zero answers) this seems to be a complaint. A very vague complaint though. (Actually I added that tag.) – Arjan Aug 25 '09 at 11:18
The most vague is that the author has 1793 reputation and still didn't read the FAQ. – rightfold Aug 25 '09 at 11:18
268 questions and 0 answers? Wow! – innaM Aug 25 '09 at 11:54
@Manni, those are the users who scare some people here. Not only 268 questions, but also almost 2000 reputation, implying editing rights while only 2 upvotes have been casted by this user...… – Arjan Aug 25 '09 at 19:21

Yes, an edit will put your question to the top of the "hot" list if it isn't at -5 at that point.

However, only edit your question if you have some clarification or improvement to make. There's no sense in editing just to bump it.

If you edit the question six times, it will automagically become a community wiki and you will be unable to earn rep from it.

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