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This question has been asked at least twice today. I'm wondering should the explanation as to why it is not implemented be put into the FAQ? Although if a user doesn't go through the related questions, or even the front page they are hardly likely to read the FAQ. Should they be downvoted (I can see some are)?

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If "How do I see who voted on me?" is not already in the FAQs, I say by all means add it as soon as possible. Then we will have a canonical answer that we can use to flag all others as dupes.

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Indeed, if the question is frequently asked (twice in one day meets that criterion) then it is by definition a FAQ. – Gabe Apr 7 '11 at 17:21

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