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No, this is not automatic. Your first post on each Stack Exchange site is reviewed by other users in the First Posts review queue and users are encouraged to vote (up or down) those posts. On average, first posts by new users are lower quality, so if you write a decent post, chances are that reviewers are positively surprised and upvote your post, even ...


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I would be against being able to edit those comments, as that leaves an obvious way to abuse the system to circumvent the reputation requirement for commenting. Being able to delete such comment could be helpful, but we would need to set a rep limit greater then 1 to prevent banned users making use of this "new feature". Therefor I would propose to ...


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There does indeed exist a six question limit per day. It is buried in the ridiculous amount of rules surrounding all kind of rate limiting in the FAQ on that topic. I can imagine you missed that subtlety: On Stack Overflow, Super User, Server Fault and Mathematics (not active on all other sites) maximum of 6 questions per day Only four sites in the ...


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I've never heard of a one time, 4 hour link being possible. I think that comment is talking about two different things. "We're closing this loophole" meaning that room owners can no longer grant write access to people with less than 20 reputation, as described here. The answer is about room owners being able to grant access, so that part of the ...


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