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Why not merge reputation across SO, SF, and SU?

Recently I've had a few questions migrated. One went to webmasters.stackexchange.com, one went to wordpress.stackexchange.com, and one went to superuser.com. I don't disagree with the migration of the questions, but it would be nice to have a shared reputation because without such a thing it is hard to participate / follow / discuss across multiple sites.

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This question has been answered before. But to your specific point:

it is hard to participate / follow / discuss across multiple sites.

Even with the minimum rep, you still have the ability to follow / participate / discuss. With the exception of commenting on other's posts. Which the 100 bonus rep should provide that privilege.

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You can't have 0 rep. 1 is the minimum. –  nyuszika7h Feb 15 '11 at 17:20
    
@N, true, but I was making a point that rep is not needed to participate. –  jzd Feb 15 '11 at 17:22
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Type at least the first three characters of my name to trigger notification. –  nyuszika7h Feb 15 '11 at 17:23

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