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It's not about update frequency. It's about vote-totals: While 28 people have voted here this month, no one's voted more than 10 times. The votingest voter has cast only 8 votes. So, no one meets the 10-vote threshold for display on the page.


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This change to URL structure is correct. If you look at the URL in your browser now you will see the updated structure with the expected https as well as gis.meta. And if you type into your address bar meta.gis.stackexchange.com it will automatically update to https://gis.meta.stackexchange.com. This is correct, was planned, and was listed as a change in ...


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I answered this over at the corresponding question on Meta Stack Overflow, but to save you the travel time: Answers enter the Late Answers queue if they are posted over 30 days after the question was posted, and the post author has less than 10 reputation. If someone posts a late answer while above 10 reputation at the time, their post doesn't get entered ...


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This answer summarizes some comments I made earlier. First, that policy (about automatic conversion of heavily-edited posts into CW) is old and has been replaced. In a recent moderator newsletter the SE Team explained We have removed all of the formerly existing triggers that automatically converted a post to Community Wiki. In their place, there are ...


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I was not able to understand the policy of 10 edits by the sole editor of an Answer or Question triggering its conversion to Community Wiki until just now when I read: What are "Community Wiki" posts?; and, in particular Nr. of edits make community wiki? Why not nr. of users? which says ... One of the reasons for the automatic conversion once ...


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The answer to What can cause a question to be bumped? on the Meta site explains all the ways a question can be bumped. In my opinion, there are circumstances where an accepted answer may not be the best answer. If a question is bumped years later, someone may have a better solution. The asker has the option of accepting that answer instead. Is there a way ...


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A key difference between a focussed Q&A site like GIS SE, and a discussion forum or other styles of Q&A sites is that old questions with answers are considered just as valuable as new ones. This is because our Q&As are more like wiki pages where the content can be constantly improved. Improvement to Q&As can happen for many reasons like: ...


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