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How many on or off topic votes does a question need to count against questions needed now?

The Web Applications proposal on Area 51 is still saying it needs 10 on-topic and 10 off-topic questions before moving on to the next stage.

I've done a count and from what I can see there are two on topic questions:

Exhibit A and Exhibit B

and one off topic question:

Exhibit C

there's another question with 10 off topic votes and 3 meh votes (Exhibit D) but I'm not sure that counts.

That means the totals should be at 8 on topic and 9 (or 8) off topic questions still required.

Or am I missing something?

NOTE: This is probably also true for the other proposals, but I haven't double checked those

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marked as duplicate by ChrisF, balpha Jun 9 '10 at 10:51

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

    
I think its the Broken-by-design or FUBAR adjectives (associated with the new voting system) which are causing this. – Justin Jun 8 '10 at 6:33
    
Looks like I was missing something! – ChrisF Jun 8 '10 at 8:42
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Chris have a look at this answer.

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