We've just closed Class for Curriculum Vitae as a duplicate of LaTeX template for resume/curriculum vitae. The text says "This question covers exactly the same ground as earlier questions on this topic; its answers may be merged with another identical question." (emphasis mine).

How, exactly, do we do that merge? In this case, there's no point in leaving both lying around and a couple of the answers on the closed question don't appear on the still open one so merging seems a good plan.

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  • Maybe one needs access to moderation tools? They are currently at 2000 rep. – Caramdir Aug 3 '10 at 21:36
  • @Caramdir: In that case, everyone should go and find some questions of Joseph's to vote up. He just needs two more days hitting the rep boundary to get to 2000! – Andrew Stacey Aug 4 '10 at 8:01
  • @Caramdir: the relevant merge tool is strictly “official” moderators only – it can’t be accessed with any amount of reputation. At least that’s the situation on Stack Overflow. It may of course be different on other sites. – Konrad Rudolph Aug 4 '10 at 8:41
  • In that case: when do we get moderators? – Caramdir Aug 4 '10 at 13:11
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    @Caramdir: from the StackExchange blog: "That’s why I am in the process of identifying and organizing a team of provisional Moderators from within each community (about three per site, starting about seven days into the public Beta)." So by this time next week, I guess. – Andrew Stacey Aug 4 '10 at 13:48

See this Meta.Stackoverflow question and answer.

They say it is a moderator only tool, but I don't know whether this would be slightly different here as we are still in beta.

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