I read How does "Reputation" work?
Users gain reputation when:
- Your Question is voted Helpful: +5
- Your Answer is voted Helpful: +10
- Your Answer is marked Accepted: +15
- You marked an answer to your question as Accepted: +2
- A down vote on your Question or Answer is removed: +2
- You possess less than 2000 reputation, and an edit you have submitted is accepted: +2
- You remove your down vote from a Question or Answer you have voted as Not Helpful: +1
- The bounty on a question is awarded to your answer: +full bounty amount
- The bounty time for a question expires and your answer had the highest votes (the bounty is divided equally if there's a tie): +1/2 of the bounty amount
The question is, why doesn't retagging gain you any reputation? Isn't it helpful to someone in finding the question?
Improving formatting results in +2 reputation, for example. I think retagging should get at least 2 reputation points.
What do you think about this?