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How to get attention for your old, unanswered questions

I posted a feature request here about integrating a Drawing tool into Stack Overflow.
But I posted it on the wrong day it was a holiday that day(Labour Day).
So contrary to Meta Stack Overflow I just received 3 answers to a feature request question and not much banter or criticism.

Now I would like to repost it so that I could get criticized a bit more.
What should I do? What rules does Meta have on reposting questions?

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marked as duplicate by Ólafur Waage, Robert Cartaino, Timothy Carter, random, LeakyCode Sep 9 '09 at 14:55

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This information is just as valid on Meta as on SO:

How to get attention for your old, unanswered questions

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+1 For taking the time to find the link –  Diago Sep 9 '09 at 14:34

That questions seems to have gotten some traction. But no, reposting the question isn't helpful because somebody will close it as a duplicate :)

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The same rules as all the other site.

  • Edit the question to add more or less information
  • Start a Bounty

Apart from the relaxed attitude on MSO the rules remain the same.

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What does "Start a Bounty" mean? –  Kevin Boyd Sep 9 '09 at 14:32
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You can give up some of your rep and give it to someone else for giving you an answer. Look at the bottom of the FAQ: meta.stackoverflow.com/faq –  Diago Sep 9 '09 at 14:33
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If you go to your question there will be a "Start a Bounty" button just below the question. –  EBGreen Sep 9 '09 at 14:34
    
Why don't you close this as dupe? –  Ladybug Killer Sep 9 '09 at 14:39

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