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Voting to Close is the process by which users can vote to close a question. You gain the ability to cast close votes when you reach 3,000 Reputation on graduated sites, and a lesser amount is needed on beta sites.

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Currently it shows like this (a recent example) closed as "not programming related" by RSolberg, Tim J, Rob Kennedy, Paul Alexander, Michael Petrotta an hour ago How about it would show like thi …
asked Jun 30 '09 by Ólafur Waage
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I've read somewhere that it's to prevent lazy users selecting that one and not checking if it is actually a dupe. I don't buy that one bit. Isn't the system supposed to trust us? Why hinder the use …
asked Sep 1 '09 by Ólafur Waage
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I'm going to post here to represent one of the five grumpy meta people. <Insert Grumpy Comment here>
answered Nov 4 '09 by Ólafur Waage
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I love that I can check the answer I want to close that someone else found. But can you move the preview below the radiobuttons and shrink it a little bit? The reason for moving the preview below the …
asked Jun 2 '10 by Ólafur Waage
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If something like this is implemented then the owner of the question can not vote on anything (unless the question is closed, then he can vote to reopen) Why? Because of course he will vote against …
answered Sep 15 '09 by Ólafur Waage
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Check out this CW on SO Etiquette for closing your own questions Specially this quote (by Euro Micelli) The way I look at it, these questions and answers are not just for you but for anybody w …
answered Jun 30 '09 by Ólafur Waage
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Many of the subjective questions have one of two things in common. They are from back in the day when the community was smaller and a lot more lax on things like this, or they have gained momentum due …
answered Nov 8 '09 by Ólafur Waage
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Also people with enough reputation can edit any questions. Open, Closed or even Deleted questions (10k+)
answered Jun 28 '09 by Ólafur Waage