tombull89
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What's the rationale for not letting me accept my own answer for 2 days?
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There's a Meta.StackOverflow question about rate-limitations, which also links to this MSO question on accepting an answer which explains it's pretty much to give other users chance to post an answer -...

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It's Santa Time!
13 votes

Mah Turn.

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What do you do when you get serial downvoted?
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Don't worry about it. There are scripts in place to detect and reverse downvoting of that extent. (and it's not exactly subtle is it?) Check back again tomorrow and you'll see all the numbers back in ...

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See previous (untedited) version of the question / answer or mark typos in others posts?
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5 votes

If you see a post that has been edited, if you click on the "Edited [Date]" link you will see a list of post revisions. I'll use your question here as an example. If you click on the link as ...

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Typed an answer and posted a comment - without the necessary rep.?
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5 votes

It's possible (and likely) that your answer was deemed not sufficent enough to be an answer and migrated to a comment.

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Lack of fairly modern network technology questions
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I tried putting what I wanted to say in a comment, but ran out of characters. At home, my four servers are connected via a gigabit switch. This is fast enough for me - I could find fibre cards for ...

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... yet another issue
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3 votes

This, to the best of my knowledge, is actually by-design. In this MSO thread, it says that as you could only be replying to the person that asked the question (in your example) then the @Username is ...

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Rewriting a question, what’s next?
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Posting on the meta site will get it looked at by a number of users. It depends on if they thing it should be re-opened or not. You can use the "flag" link at the bottom to flag for moderator ...

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Observation: Up-Voting appears to be more much rare here than on SU
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(Bit too much for a comment) The reason I'm a rare upvoter is that often I don't understand what's being asked - I've only a few year's worth expereince so sometimes I find it difficult to tell the ...

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Speedy Google indexing
2 votes

Jeff answered a question over at M.SO in relation to why the SE network of sites are so fast. The answer you are looking for (note that this doesn't mention SF, just "us", so I'm presuming all the ...

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Description of Editing and Rep and FAQ
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There is also this answer at M.SO which gives an overview of "How does editing work?". Granted, the FaQ does sometimes seem a bit light on detail and sometimes would benefit to a link to the ...

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