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The most interesting feedback is "not a good example", where if I get voted as such I could go clarify or even delete my example question, nevertheless, there's not a good way to track it.

Can you add it to my profile, next to the other 2 kind of votes?

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Edit: I think it would help to add it to the summary screen also, here:

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Please implement it, I see my reputation getting hit and would like to clean up bad questions but I'm unable to find them easily (without going through all)

EDIT: This, along with other information (like +5 for referrals and commitments that go through) was implemented.

To make it perfect though, we still have the "+5 for commitment to your proposals" missing, I update my feature request to request this.

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+1 I'd really like to see this implemented. It's good to know when one of your questions is doing bad so you can quickly delete it and propose a new one. – Evan Plaice Jun 18 '10 at 7:25
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this exists now – warren Jul 27 '10 at 19:37
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This was implemented a while back, but we had forgotten (until now) to mark your [feature-request] as [status-completed].

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This is cumbersomely viewable through the reputation audit:

-- 2010-06-06 rep +30   = 234       
 20     4082 (5)
 3      4250 (5)
 22     4490 (-2)             # this is a "bad example" vote
 2      4489 (5)
 2      4492 (5)
-- 2010-06-07 rep +18   = 252       
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good fix while we wait for the head honchos – Gordon Gustafson Jun 8 '10 at 0:15
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@Juan: You're a programmer, you can write a short script to translate those into links. ;) But yes, I thought it worth posting as a workaround; I obviously can't change how Area 51 works. – Gnome Jun 8 '10 at 1:29

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