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Sorry, this is off topic, but fact evolved that meta.stackoverflow does only allow posting with openid despite stating possibility of post per nick/email. Posted here because underlying prob stemmed from serverfault.

So here is a copy: Despite stating that submission via nick/email were possible, required fields are not given. Please fix or state that critique be only issued non anonymously.

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Get an OpenID Oops! Your question couldn't be submitted because:

must include one of these tags -- bug feature-request discussion support users with less than 99 reputation can't create new tags. The tag 'limit' is new. Try using an existing tag instead. name and email, or your OpenID, are missing

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I fail to see the problem... But this clearly belongs on Meta –  Holocryptic May 16 '10 at 16:23
    
From meta.stackoverflow.com/faq: Do I have to log in or create an account? Yes. You must have a registered account on Stack Overflow, Server Fault, or Super User to participate here. –  ChrisF May 16 '10 at 17:46
    
I'm not really sure I understand the question...if there is a question. –  IAbstract May 16 '10 at 18:00

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Eh, let me see if I can make some sense out of this:

Your question couldn't be submitted because: [?] must include one of these tags -- bug feature-request discussion support

When posting on meta, one of your tags must be either bug, feature-request, discussion, or support. If you do not have one of these tags, it will not be accepted by the system.

users with less than 99 reputation can't create new tags.

You must use existing tags until you have 100 reputation, which you can gain by associating your accounts.

As for OpenID, please clarify what you mean.

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