I've chosen a question out of the list that was given and reset it. I couldn't find the question that was there previously. I do, however, suspect that the unicorns ate it because somebody denied them their delicious daisies.


This rate limit applies to users with less than 125 reputation, and all posts made by anyone from the same IP address on any Stack Overflow or Stack Exchange site count toward the limit, even if they are made by accounts with more than 125 reputation. If someone is sharing your IP address and also posting, then you may see this unexpectedly. There are ...


Usernames are indeed not unique on Stack Exchange. Login tokens (OpenID) are uniquely associated with an account, and accounts are unique (identified by the account number), but you can have multiple accounts with the same display name.


I couldn't have said it better than this: People have the same names in real life. Isn't StackOverflow real life?


The count in the top bar is site-wide, and includes items which you may have already reviewed or skipped, both of which no longer appear for you in the individual queue counts. There's also caching, but that only lasts a minute or so. To see the full counts, visit /review while logged out (e.g. in an incognito window).


This is by design, amongst other things it is most likely to be caching in action. See the linked question on mSE for some more details.


Regular badges will not be revoked except in very special circumstances. How do "badges" work? Regular badges, however, once earned, are yours to keep. Even if the criteria by which you earned a badge have changed (the post was deleted, you got downvoted, etc.) you get to keep your badge. If you qualify for the same badge again (another post ...


The question is locked and retained for historical significance - from the close reason This question exists because it has historical significance, but it is not considered a good, on-topic question for this site, so please do not use it as evidence that you can ask similar questions here. This question and its answers are frozen and cannot be changed. ...


There is nothing that anyone here on ServerFault can do about this*. The 6-character minimum is part of the software used across all SE sites and is unlikely to be changed. Looking on meta.SE (where issues that affect all SE sites are raised), I see that it has been suggested to remove the limit for text inside code blocks: Is it a good idea to either drop ...


According to Shog9: That was a last-minute bug fix. See, while meta let you enter a custom reason, it didn't actually do anything with that reason. This isn't ideal. So it was fixed before the network-wide rollout, and should disappear from Meta as well soon. Folks who can vote to close directly still have the option, and it creates a comment along ...

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