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The homepage on all the sites are cached. Jeff confirmed this here
answered Jul 31 '09 by BinaryMisfit
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Accept rate is only recalculated 3 days after asking the question. From the feature announcement here Questions must not be community wiki. Questions must not be closed. Questions must …
answered Sep 16 '09 by BinaryMisfit
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Not an error. Meta Stack Overflow is run as a fully fledge site, and is the Meta for both Stack Exchange and Stack Overflow. All other per site meta, ie. Meta Super User, is linked to the main site an …
answered Jan 28 '11 by BinaryMisfit
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With regards to SU, I do think there is a need for a proper replacement for no longer relevant, as users often use it to close thier own questions. A more likely replacement could be: Question aband …
answered Feb 8 '10 by BinaryMisfit
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I agree with random, and since the question has no edit history it is also possible that a Moderator flipped the CW switch. In these cases the question edit history is not updated, and all questions a …
answered Sep 5 '09 by BinaryMisfit
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The Japanese proposal is in commitment phase. This means it no longer accepts votes or example questions, but is waiting for enough users to commit to launch in Beta.
answered Oct 10 '10 by BinaryMisfit
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It would be a nice feature with the option to turn it on or off, similar to turning on or off facebook chat. For various reasons I prefer my online status not to be visible.
answered Jul 11 '09 by BinaryMisfit
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The post was made a community wiki after you received your reputation. Your answer was on 28-Oct and the community wiki conversion was done on 8-Dec. When using the moderator tools or when the Commun …
answered Aug 23 '09 by BinaryMisfit
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Actually he had 152 reputation points right before he posted the bounty. Since the bounty is immediately deducted when set, he is now down to a rep of 2. Actually he had more than 152 so I assume this …
answered Aug 18 '10 by BinaryMisfit
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There is a offline rep recalculation which is also used to check for bogus voting patterns. However if I recall migrations do not preserve the initial rep even after being moved. Jeff covered the topi …
answered Aug 18 '09 by BinaryMisfit
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Well have you read Jeff's answer to the not a duplicate? I am relaxing the vote undo window to 5 minutes to coincide with the editing grace window Source Therefore, if you retract the vote with …
answered Aug 25 '10 by BinaryMisfit
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The system randomly bumps questions to the home page. I assume this is one of them and in the database it is to the date and time of the bump. Possibly the e-mail being sent is looking at the wrong da …
answered Aug 12 '09 by BinaryMisfit