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marked as duplicate by Sampson, Tom Ritter Jul 9 '09 at 13:06

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Oops...Dupe . – Sampson Jul 9 '09 at 13:05
@JonathanSampson Seems this question links to a deleted one. Maybe reopen it? Or redirect it to an existing one? – Double AA May 23 '12 at 6:16
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If there are no bounties and never going to be any bounties then it would make sense for it to not be there... on the other hand, if removing it is going to take time away from other features, I don't think it's actually doing significant harm.

Also, I wouldn't be surprised to see bounties taking on some meaning on Meta eventually. I've suggested before that it might be a way of a user (or collection of users, if eventually bounties can be contributed by onlookers) expressing a really high level of desire for a feature.

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If there are no bounties, then yeah.

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