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I recently decided to commit to a few proposals. Well, I saw the "You can commit to 1 more site (?)." where the question mark is a link.

So I clicked it.

  1. It didn't open the link in a new tab, so without pressing the back button, I lost all context that I was in. (bad UI practice)
  2. It went to the (large) FAQ page. It should use # links so that it will go to the exact spot in the FAQ that I need to read.
  3. I didn't see any info in the FAQ about this commit limit.
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Same here. I expected to see more info about limit of commits in FAQ but did not find any. Even just referencing that you can only commit to n sites would be sufficient. – Greg Bray Jun 17 '10 at 6:06
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All three issues are fixed now. Thanks!

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