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Will it take 5 votes from the community (once people get the rep) to close a proposal on Area 51 like it does to close a question on an actual SE/trilogy site?

If so, is that really enough to shoot down an entire site proposal? Or is the idea then to balance that with reopen votes?

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Yes, it take five votes to close a site proposal. But it doesn't "shoot down" a proposal. Closed proposals can be re-opened in the same manner as a closed question on Stack Overflow.

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Got it, thanks! – squillman Jun 2 '10 at 17:19
    
I don't see closing listed in the FAQ, was it removed? (I believe closing shouldn't be an option, though flagging a proposal offensive/spam should be allowed.) – Gnome Jun 3 '10 at 9:06

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