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If a user that was referred in the definition phase commits to the proposal, it should count as a user that committed directly without following (giving you the +25 when he fulfills his commitment).

Does it work like this now?
If not, I feature-request it

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-1: I question your motives in posting this, seeing as how you're using your position as a moderator at Gaming to currently push Gaming Recommendations in Gaming's Meta using a referral link. –  Powerlord Sep 13 '10 at 19:15
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+1 I don't care about the rep, but if you refer someone (s)he was referred by you. Period. @Powerlord: referring people is what that link is for... And he also added a disclaimer about that fact. It's not like Juan's spamming answers where that proposal is irrelevant, anyway –  Tobias Kienzler Sep 14 '10 at 7:24
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Adding to what @Tobias said: no one is abusing anything, you can post your referral links in the same fashion if you want (I mean, without spamming or anything like that); also, all you'd gain is area51 reputation which everyone says it's useless anyway. The request is meant for consistency only. –  jmfsg Sep 14 '10 at 12:42
    
@Tobias: That disclaimer was added after I flagged said post for moderator attention on Gaming Meta (yes, I was the one who flagged it Juan, which shouldn't surprise you in the least). –  Powerlord Sep 14 '10 at 17:17
    
@Powerlord, flags for mod attention are not anonymous. –  jmfsg Sep 15 '10 at 23:09
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@Powerlord, I honestly did forget to put it, and I forgot because it's really not that important -- if it really offends you, flag the post again and I will remove it; I'd love to do anything in my power to make your experience at Gaming.SE the best possible. –  jmfsg Sep 15 '10 at 23:11

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