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I don't really know what's my 10K rep worth. Well, I can see deleted posts(Q&A), so what? Should I be excited? If this were like online games and I did got a promising level up, what shall I do next?

Simple, but I'm honestly serious with my words.

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haha thanks for the 10k Peter – Reigel Sep 27 '10 at 6:49
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Did you notice the tools menu? There's a fairly extensive list of 10k tools in this meta answer, but if you're already at 10k you should probably just poke around for yourself; if you enjoy moderating you'll probably spend quite a lot of time in there. I personally use the following a lot, but which things you use will depend on what you like doing:

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Thank you for this. Now I got the idea. – Reigel Sep 28 '10 at 1:11

Congrats on hitting 10k rep


The meaning of reputation after 10k

How to behave now I've got the 10K

Has anyone out there tried to stop gaining rep so as to not surpass 10k?


What are the moderation tools available to high-reputation users?

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wow! if that makes everyone happy, why not? ^_^ thanks for the Congrats. I honestly don't know what I can do. I'll be glad if I could do more to help. – Reigel Sep 27 '10 at 7:03

If you feel that you've no milestones left to achieve sans first page and Jon Skeet, try to get yourself listed in the all time top users in your favorite tags, jquery and javascript. That's what I did - and I'm still trying to become the first one to bag a Silver badge in flex tag :)

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wow cool! nice encouragement. +1 – Reigel Sep 28 '10 at 1:10

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