I am the fourth place in votes in the Corona tag on Stack Overflow, yet my total score there is 32. The top score is 69.
Yet the tag is fairly active, mostly because Stack Overflow is better to get replies than the official forums (specially because some CoronaLabs staff patrol Stack Overflow to reply questions too), but several replies there end with 0 votes, and many are not accepted either.
Yet, there are some things that I want to do, like merge or make tags synonyms and so on. But there is no way to do it, because no one (not even the top scoring guy) has sufficient reputation points.
I can bet this is a pattern not only with Corona; any fairly popular tech will end with lots of questions on Stack Overflow, and some people will focus on that tag, but with newbies asking the questions and never accepting or upvoting, the regulars of those tags never get sufficient power to do anything meaningful on them.
Note: Last time I complained about this (in a badly written post here that got lots of downvotes) I was told to create a post here on Meta Stack Overflow. I did so, five months ago, it got upvoted, and some high-scoring person made a good reply that I accepted. See Make the “corona” tag synonym of “coronasdk”.
Yet... The issue was not fixed. I asked on the Freenode chat why this happened, and then people told me that there is this requirement of score in the tag, thus nagging a C++ user (I, for example, nagged user Lightness Races in Orbit) don't help me.
How can we fix this?