I'm someone who has most of their rep on Stack Overflow from asking questions.
I have 16 accepted answers. 10 of those have no upvotes. 63% of my answers that were good enough to be accepted by the OP apparently weren't good enough for an upvote.
I understand that we need to reward good answers, and discourage people asking "length of string in C#" over and over to get rep. But what about those of us who ask a low number of good questions? My rep is going to be cut by quite a lot.
I feel stilted by the changing of the goal posts. (first when editing was 1000 & changed to 2000, and now once again).
I went back and looked at my 10 accepted with no upvotes. It looks like most of those are where I answered my own questions. So I'm asking a bunch of questions that are hard or edge cases, and when I find the solution I post it for the good of the community. At least a couple of those have comments saying, "I have the same problem... did you find a solution?"
I could just keep my notes to myself and not update my questions. I think that I'm in that original use case of contributing to this site for the good of the community - and now I'm being treated as a second-class citizen because I tend to post questions that are not common, beginner-level issues.
People still don't have more incentive to answer my questions (10 points for a hard or easy answer), but now I have less incentive to ask them.
Results: I lost 27.5% of my reputation on Stack Overflow. Not sure about superuser & serverfault, but I don't go there as much anyway. I was preparing to move a couple questions to bounties, but I don't think I'll do that now. c'est la vie.