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There are so many questions on one of the proposals on area51 that I follow, that I spend all my votes on it, and am unable to get to any of the other proposals.

How about some more votes please?

Edit: See this post about how questions and voting are supposed to work on Area51.

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You already have 100!

The idea with voting on Area 51 isn't to vote on every single question, but to vote on the best on-topic and off-topic questions.

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It's hard to avoid voting on all (as they are all either on or off-topic) – juan Jun 1 '10 at 21:06
100? Well that's a relief. The first few days we only had 30 IIRC. – Jon Seigel Jun 1 '10 at 21:07
I thought the point was to vote on all the questions, as to whether they're off or on-topic, so as to define the site. How can an off-topic question be best? – Lance Roberts Jun 1 '10 at 21:12
@Jon, maybe they did raise the votes, I only remember having around 30. – Lance Roberts Jun 1 '10 at 21:15
Yeah, they raised the votes thanks to me and probably a few others. I emailed them about and said there is no way that 30 will work. 100 is about right. – Arlen Beiler Jun 1 '10 at 23:19
I only get 5 votes for each category, which is way too low. Am I missing something? – Wallacoloo Jul 23 '10 at 23:51

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