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Support Reddit Accounts

Reddit seems to support OAuth2. Either way, subreddits like /r/ElementaryOS have expressed interest in using Stack Exchange for their bug reports and Q&A-style posts. SE offers a better Q&A ...
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Why does StackExchange now show an empty page with the reddit toolbar?

Sometimes I like to share interesting links from StackExchange with Reddit. This has many benefits: Some Reddit users discover the site It can improve ranking of the site in Google It helps share ...
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What is the meaning of “Notice added Redditted by …”?

I was going through the Revisions of a particular question and one of the events mentioned: Notice added Redditted by Shog9♦ See the image for yourself: What does this particular notice mean? ...
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Why does the Stack Exchange network not have a thumbnail image when a question/answer is posted on Reddit?

When something from the Stack Exchange network is posted on Reddit, it just gets this default question mark thumbnail image: Other sites get nice thumbnails. Is there something you guys could do or ...
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Can we make upvoting seem less difficult?

Approachability suggestion from a newbie: Coming here from Reddit, the instinct to upvote is automatic and it stinks to click the arrow and be denied. Also, upvotes only give one karma on Reddit so ...
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Show whether a question was “reddited”

I sometimes find a question has like 50000 views and later I find most of those were reddit users that got in rage or glee about something of it. Yesterday there was an answer of a page-one user ...
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Top user's answer victim of Reddit mob behavior [closed]

I don't know Hans Passant, but he's the 5th highest rep user on SO, and I'm sure that's no fluke. He clearly is very active and knows what he's talking about. His answer to the question at VB.NET - ...
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Would it be rude to mention “moved to Reddit” while closing a question

I was about to add in my comment for this question: "Moved to Reddit" but ... I don't want to start a comment war or anything ( even thought I have actually linked the closed question there ) . ...