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Can I refer someone without committing?

I think that the "Share this" link should always be displayed on an Area51 proposal.

Actually, it is only displayed if you're involved in a proposal (commited...).
But today I've a proposal that could be interesting some friends and I wanted to share the link on facebook. But couldn't find it and I had to put the link manually.

Don't get me wrong this is not reeeaaally hard to do that. But as the feature already exist, I think that it could help to always display it.

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The generated link contains your referral information, as you didn't commit, you don't have one – juan Jul 15 '10 at 1:33
@Juan Yes I thought of that but in that case as I'm not involved in the proposal, I would say I don't care of the referral. If there is no referral to set, just share the link "as is". – Julien N Jul 15 '10 at 13:18

Go to the definition phase of that proposal, click follow, share, unfollow

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Hum... yes it's quite like copying the link and sharing it... but using a workaround. As this is possible, it may be possible to always display it. – Julien N Jul 15 '10 at 13:18
This is useful if you're aware you can do this. I think with all the extra space there is on the page, it would be beneficial to say "Know someone who would be interested in this proposal? Share it!" I know this is a year old, but I really like this idea. – corsiKa Jun 7 '11 at 19:40

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