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Do you get reputation points when people upvote an answer of yours to a community wiki question? From what I can tell you don't. I've been upvoted 5 times for this answer, http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2642329/what-should-a-winforms-developer-know-for-an-asp-net-interview/2642366#2642366, but when I look at my stats I do not see any reputation being added. At first I thought maybe 5 people downvoted it as well, but I do not see any downvotes in my stats either. Any ideas?

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possible duplicate of meta.stackexchange.com/questions/11740/… –  Jon Seigel Apr 15 '10 at 13:20

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No, community-wiki posts do not generate reputation.

Please see the FAQ here: What are "Community Wiki" posts?

The voting on community-wiki questions and answers currently do not show up in the user profile either. You can support that feature request if you'd like.

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