Clarification in FAQ regarding voting, reputation, and accepted answers
The Stack Overflow FAQ contains the section on Reputation listed below.
To gain reputation, post good questions and useful answers. Your peers will vote on your posts, and those votes will cause you to gain (or, in rare cases, lose) reputation:
- answer is voted up +10
- question is voted up +5
- answer is accepted +15 (+2 to voter)
- post is voted down -2 (-1 to voter)
Is the parenthesis next to point 3 a typo? Does voter mean "person accepting the answer"?