I've come across an example of reputation gaming on VMware Communities where users are using ServerFault to boost reputation over there by asking questions here. We've discussed the pattern of verbatim posts of VMware Communities questions by certain users (ToreTrygg and his aliases\buddies who is clearly involved in this particular example too) before but it seemed that if the questions were OK and the answers were good it was no major problem.
However I just had the odd experience of reading a thread on VMware Communities only to realize as I was reading it that I'd written the comments even though I never post answers there. There were answers of mine from ServerFault cut and pasted verbatim as a series of comments along with an answer by Chopper3 to the same question. This all appears to be a gaming exercise by some enterprising users of the VMware Communities site but they're gaming the rep system over there, not the system here.
The VMware thread is here. The ServerFault question with the answers and comments from Chopper3 and me that got lifted is here.
The original question on the VMware Communities site by a user called Rick is almost certainly genuine, the question was lifted verbatim, posted here and then the answers posted here were poured back into the VMware communities site in order to bump up their rep level there (chasing the vExpert tag I assume). At least one vExpert (Anatoly Vilchinsky) seems to have no problem participating in the exercise.
I'm going to take it up over on the VMware communities site which is probably where this needs to be sorted out but I'm wondering if this is an issue that is a concern for the sites here, after all this is blatant lifting of our content without attribution but it does generate (some) good questions and answers here. If it is undesirable is there anything that can be done about this sort of thing? Are there other examples out there?
Edited to add
I've raised this with VMware but I don't expect a rapid response, there is no specific "report this post\user" contact info in the Communities site so I've had to go through VMware's main web site contact form.
While submitting my request that the posts be corrected with the correct attribution I noted that VMware's own copyright notice ("Except where otherwise specified, the contents of this site are copyright (c) 1998-2010 VMware, Inc.") seems to raise serious issues about the reposting of the original question here. There may be issues with the question itself (and others) since posting it here appears to contravene VMware's copyright even if the original poster here was the same person who posted it on the VMware Community site (which is possible but doesn't seem likely).
(I'd mistaken the site wide VMware legal notice for the specific terms of reference for VMware Communities, waiwai933 pointed to the correct Terms of Service which are more permissive)