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How does “Reputation” work on Stackoverflow?

I see from google that one can get +15 for accepted answers and +2 for accepting answers but I couldn't find a page with all the details for each action. I would apreciate a link.

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marked as duplicate by Brad Gilbert, random, GEOCHET, jjnguy, gnostradamus Sep 17 '09 at 3:50

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Here you go: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/7237/… – random Sep 17 '09 at 2:43
    
"How does reputation work?" is not really a duplicate of this question. – cletus Sep 17 '09 at 2:59
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@cletus The linked dupe shows where you can rep up, how votes work and where you can lose it. – random Sep 17 '09 at 3:08
up vote 3 down vote accepted

You can find a detailed list in this FAQ question.

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Ask good questions, provide better answers.

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I said a detailed list, I know that already. – potzter Sep 17 '09 at 6:11
    
Mate, thats as detailed as it needs to be. – MadMurf Sep 18 '09 at 4:30

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