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Measurement of a user's contributions to the site, and the extent to which the community "trusts" that user with extra privileges.

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On one hand people are gaming the system, but the flip side is that people are asking questions that the community sees a value in, that is why they voted the questions up. I think a stream of great w …
answered Jun 30 '09 by waffles
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So, you make an old question tons better with an awesome answer and pay 100 reputation for the privilege. I am not following where the Stack Overflow community are losing out. Note: we added a …
answered Sep 17 '10 by waffles
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the vast majority do not fit into this mold. As long as you answer a total of half the the questions you ask you are unlikely to be affected. This system would cause a 0 reputation change for … : Joel Coehoorn Jon Skeet Michael Stum And so on It would eradicate reputation and make it close to 500 for: Blankman George2 dotnetdev And so on Overall I would be very happy with this …
answered Mar 6 '11 by waffles
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To save us from copy cat questions here we go: (based off most recent data dump so its not super accurate) User                           UncappedRep Reputation     Loss   Jon Skeet … #totals from Posts p join Votes on PostId = p.id where CommunityOwnedDate is null group by OwnerUserId order by UncappedRep desc select UserId, Users.DisplayName as UserName, UncappedRep, Reputation
answered Dec 29 '09 by waffles
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Reputation QUpvotes AUpvotes QDownvotes ADownvotes Penalty ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- George2 3233 275 0 9 … 234 95 3 3 71.12 People most affected by the change with 10k rep or more User Reputation QUpvotes AUpvotes QDownvotes ADownvotes Penalty …
answered Mar 19 '10 by waffles
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): User            Loss  Reputation  Rich B -1156 7773 Mastermind -944 6542 theman_on_vista -568 670 Thomas Hansen -552 2430 Joan Venge -540 4844 … James Anderson -212 2868 People most affected if the change is an extra -1 for a downvote and -5 for being downvoted. User            Loss  Reputation  Rich B …
answered Jul 20 '09 by waffles
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accounts. The surest way to gain lots of reputation points on Stack Overflow: Answer lots of questions (and be the first to answer them) Answer them well Rinse and repeat More controversial ways … ' else 'Answer' end Count Rep Rep/Post Answers: 1194295 2040522 1.71 Question: 380461 529778 1.39 Conclusion Most reputation points are gained from answers; you …
answered Dec 19 '09 by waffles
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this is not going to happen.... mgmt will say "if its good others will upvote it" rep sacrifice opens up the system to gaming
answered Feb 19 '10 by waffles
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Would it be frowned upon if I became a bookie? Yes, totally. This kind of activity would be suspension worthy. It would pollute our reputation economy and decrease the "measure of trust" associated with your reputation number. …
answered Dec 19 '11 by waffles
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If we are not supposed to downvote incorrect information on meta, how do we eliminate noise or express disagreement? Why do people take downvoting on meta so personally
answered Nov 17 '09 by waffles
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You can take my 5 Necromancer badges from my cold dead hand.
answered Jul 16 '10 by waffles
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A full reputation recalc is expensive business, even if it is only to affect a handful of users. Also it is kind of jarring to randomly feel like you are losing/gaining rep for no obvious reason. It … bite their tongue and cope with the horrific -1 temporary reputation loss. In turn this would make our auto-banning asker thingy on SO more effective. As to visibility, this is tricky business, at …
answered Feb 27 '11 by waffles
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I ran this on your user id on yesterdays data. select a.OwnerUserId as Id, sum(case when a.Score = 0 then 0 else 1 end) as [Non Zero Score Answers], sum(case when a.Score = 0 then 1 els …
answered Oct 6 '10 by waffles
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amount of rep you can get from questions only, see: Should we cap reputation gained from questions at +2000? for details. We wanted to make sure all our sites have consistent rep rules, to avoid confusion. …
answered Apr 5 '11 by waffles
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Completed, all registered users can now submit edits to tag wikis.
answered Feb 22 '11 by waffles

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