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It is not uncommon for the quality of an answer to be noticeably (sometimes quantumly) better than the question it answers. To write a great answer an experienced answerer only needs to be able to discern what they think an asker is asking. That may be in a poorly written question, and often askers may be quite inexperienced. The combination above may ...


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There is no need to make it "easy" to get reputation. If a mediocre user, like myself, needs reputation they can take a dictionary and start suggesting edits on existing posts, or even better, tag wikis. Earns you +2 on every accepted edit and in a weekend I'm at +50. Now I can comment everywhere. Rinse / repeat a few weekends and you have access to the ...


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This is not possible with a relatively simple query like that one. The reason being that SEDE doesn't store reputation changes, only total reputation. You'd have to handcraft the reputation history (luckily, most of the events leading to reputation changes are available) which has been done for single users (e.g. here and here) but I'm not sure what happens ...


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