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I don't agree that people should be followers prior to voting on or adding example questions on proposals in Area 51.

However, I do think there should be some additional accountability, and so propose the following:

Under the list of Followers add a list of Contributors that include people who are not followers but have done any of the following:

  • Voted on example questions
  • Added example questions
  • Commented on example questions or the proposal itself
  • Edited example questions or the proposal itself

This would also provide another interesting metric - those that are interested in the site, or know enough about the topic to work on it, but are purposefully not following it.

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While I agree and voted up, showing who voted on questions could be like showing who voted on posts here in SOFU, something to analyse a little more.

Who added and comment is already visible on the question and comment itself

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