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A metric previously shown on user cards on posts which indicated the percentage of questions for which the user has accepted an answer.

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Ok the purpose of this site is to ask questions and to get the best answers. It is polite to accept and upvote the answers, but it is not required. So limiting the ability to ask questions because of …
answered Feb 16 '11 by Toon Krijthe
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The only "bad" thing that can happen is that some users refuse to answer questions of users with low acceptance rate. If you don't think the right answer has arrived, don't accept. But don't be too p …
answered Dec 26 '10 by Toon Krijthe
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Please have a look at this question The acceptrate is calculated only on questions that are 3 days old. So the first three days, it wont consider the current question. And after three days the questi …
answered Oct 28 '12 by Toon Krijthe
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Bad idea. If you don't want to answer because of the accept rate. That's fine. But it is no reason for limiting the number of questions. For example, a user can have several hard questions that ha …
answered Jun 14 '11 by Toon Krijthe
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Why? Do you only answer the question for the rep points or do you want to help create a great Q&A site. The only reason I won't answer a question would be when the asker is rude or extremely lazy. …
answered Dec 10 '10 by Toon Krijthe