jscott
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What is "Do you haz teh codez"?
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"Do you haz teh codez?" is an intentionally misspelled, poor grammar, version of the question: "Do you have the [source] code?". It is written in the style of an Internet meme called lolcatz. In ...

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How to proceed if you don't have enough reputation for placing a comment
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I think the only answer is: You earn the requisite reputation, then post the comment. Users who flout this convention (by posting a comment as an answer or editing existing posts) will usually ...

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Rep is lost even when no answer was received?
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Yes, this is the expected behavior. Note the following from the Help Center's Bounty Section All bounties are paid for up front and non-refundable under any circumstances. A bounty may attract ...

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How to offer a bounty
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You click on "start a bounty" on an eligible question. From the bounty FAQ on MSO: "A bounty can be started on a question two days after the question was asked." As of this posting, your only ...

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Is it enough to just vote an answer up?
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"Or is the fact I voted it up enough?" In a word: Yes.

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It's Santa Time!
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My father is Santa. No joke. Three-minutes in paint.net:

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Was anyone else's security appliance blocking SF today?
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I was seeing this earlier: But only for the bare domain http://serverfault.com, everything else was working, including https://serverfault.com/questions, https://serverfault.com/users, etc. The "...

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How to proceed if you don't have enough reputation for placing a comment
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Alternate answer: Post to meta. Wait for others to lurk your profile on the main site. Garner up votes, thus enabling you to comment site-wide. Well played sir. :)

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Canonical question CW policy
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I'm not sure what the rep rules are as of this moment with regard to converting a question to CW. But if the conversion either revokes existing, or otherwise stops additional rep for the questioner/...

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Bounties: users with reputation lower than bounty offer
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Do you have a link to the question? Bounty is taken away from the user's rep when the bounty is offered. This could reduce the user's rep below the bounty amount. See also: How does the bounty ...

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Losing "consecutive days" Credit on SF
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An SE day starts at 00:00 UTC. I am not sure if you, or anyone except diamonds or moderators, can check a user's visitation activity log. This issue has caused some confusion for other users as well....

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Is this query really "crap"?
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Within the defined scope of SF questions your's is, at least, off-topic. As written the question indicates a home user having issue with their laptop -- this could be within the scope of Super User. ...

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Class-based IP routing and other obsolete questions
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Per Zoredache's answer: Most new subnetting questions I just link to Evan's post Is there a tag/list/something to denote the collection of question-answers that are the authoritative examples on ...

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Lost reputation "User was removed"
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It means the user account, which upvoted your answer, was deleted. Please see the Meta Stackoverflow FAQ-tag-FAQ question: What does “user was removed” mean and why did my reputation change because ...

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Where do suggested edits go?
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If you're 10K+ you'll see a counter notification in the top menu. Jeff covered this in a blog post -- See item #2. Else, you'll just have to "luck out" and browse to a post containing awaiting edits. ...

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Is it possible to merge the book and books tags?
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+1, Sounds logical to me. I can't really defend the need both singular and plural in this instance. May be worth submitting a Tag Synonym based on the MSF feedback.

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what's the point in unformatted comments?
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The Server Fault site is part of a project named Stack Exchange. Stack Overflow was the first site implemented using SE. The SO site was also the first to have a related meta site for discussion ...

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Why not show both down and up votes by default. ala Youtube?
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Works for me?

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What's the worst question you've ever seen on SF.com?
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The worst? Not sure I've seen it yet. The questions I consider most poor are any of the step-by-step/spoon-feed-me/SendTehCodezPlz type questions. Especially when followed-up with combative commenting ...

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How do I search my comments in SF?
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For questions regarding how Stack Exchange features work, please read MSO. Comment searching has been asked about multiple times over there.

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Why is reputation for bounty taken away even if nothing is awarded?
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This is covered on the SO blog, in detail. Note the reference to non-refundable rep.

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I had a question migrated from supseruser. What steps can I take to associate the question with my new SF account?
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This should happen automatically if you're using the same OpenID on all SE sites... I would contact a mod if this is not the case.

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I no longer see any link or button to add comments - is it my browser, or the site?
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You need at least 50 reputation to comment. If you do not have enough reputation, you will not see the add comment link. Most other privileges (e.g. view votes, vote to close, etc.) will also not ...

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spam and spammers filter feature request
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Your best bet is to take SE feature requests to MSO. But I don't think this one is going to work out much better than the last time it was discussed.

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