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Recently my answer to this question was accepted:

However, I did not receive the expected 15 pts.

Here is a direct link to my answer.

I have audited my rep and don't see the acceptance for the question/answer.

Is there a better way to report stuff like this?


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up vote 6 down vote accepted

You edited the post a significant amount of times such that the system converted the answer to a Community Wiki post. If you look at the revisions / edit history, you can see [made Community Wiki] in a recent revisions.

Due to this, you will not earn more rep from this post.

What are Community Wiki posts

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Indeed, see also… – BalusC Dec 24 '10 at 21:24
Thanks. I had no idea there was a "penalty" for revising/expanding an answer. I guess I'll be more careful next time! – wageoghe Dec 24 '10 at 21:41
@wageoghe, there isn't for just a couple of edits. – Rebecca Chernoff Dec 24 '10 at 21:59

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