Toon Krijthe
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First post and late answer review queues always empty?
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Reviewing requires patience. There is enough to review, but you need to monitor the queues often.

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Allow me to vote for my post if it has been edited until Community Wiki
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I don't think this is a good idea. Yes, when a post becomes CW, you won't get any rep for it anymore. But you still get badges because you are still the owner. And you can get a bounty for it. So ...

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Does Stack Overflow ever get spammed?
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SPAM...PLEASE DELETE ME LATER.

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Editors point reward
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You can't give yourself rep (except by accepting and associating). You get rep for accepted edits if you have less than 2000 rep. But this is because you need to be reviewed by at least 2 persons. ...

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Value of reputation in real life
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Reputation has no monetary value outside the StackExchange network. Unless you are able to turn bragging value into hard cash. Inside the value is explained on this page.

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New silver badge for editing N tag wikis
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I'm a sucker for complete series (like bronze/silver/gold badges) for anything so I like this proposal. We don't really need it. But I'm sure it could attract more wiki writers, so in that view, it ...

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What badge do I get by creating a new tag
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To answer the second part of your question. The only way to "market a tag" is to ask great questions that need the tag. Great questions gets lots of attention and so does your tag. If you think ...

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Why are my edits are not visible?
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Until you have 2000 reputation, the edits are only visible if two users approved it. But they are rejected if two users rejected it. I can see no edit suggestions of you in the list, so they are ...

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What to do with an accepted answer that doesn't really answer the question?
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To accept or not to accept, that is the question. But it is up to the OP to accept or not to accept. So if an answer is accepted by the OP, its probably good enough for him or her.

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delete your question if you don't get any usefull answer and re-post it? will it be closed?
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Deleting and reposting is not a good idea. See also this post. Its better to edit the question if you have more information.

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porting reputation from SO to programmer SE
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If a question is migrated, this also migrates the rep to the other site (question disapears at SE1 and reapears at SE2). Reputation is linked to questions and answers. There are some bonusses (for ...

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Is this question closeworthy?
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If the question owner finds the answer, the best way is if he/she answers the question and accept it. So can other people benefit from his findings.

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Highlight Questions You Asked
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Maybe a better idea, is to add a feature to mark certain users as interesting or ignored, highlighting their questions just like the tags. Then you could add yourself to the list.

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Get rid of the "scope" tag?
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The question is, what is the scope of the scope (lots of flavours to chose from): scope× 1039 variable-scope× 397 transactionscope× 207 named-scope× 152 cscope× 47 gyroscope× 21 scope-identity× 20 ...

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