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Peer voting on questions and answers is the primary way users gain reputation, and also how many items are sorted when using filters.

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There were other people poiting out that the technical answers generally get small number of votes, because people cannot understand it, and testing it works takes a lot of time and effort. This is s …
answered Dec 2 '12 by yo'
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Ratio of [Peer Pressure]/[Nice Answer] awarded badges (I take Nice Answer as a measure of the size of the site): StackOverflow (the largest site): 10% Mathematics.SE (significantly large site): 4% T …
answered Dec 27 '13 by yo'
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Well, after trying for couple days, I came to the conclusion that as long as you vote only 3 times a day in the thread, your votes won't get reverted. This is sort of a good news, even though I still …
answered Dec 19 '13 by yo'
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This is to remind people that downvotes shall be sparse and to encourage positive attitude towards people. The rep loss is small (it's actually small even for the receiver, not only for the voter) but …
answered May 16 '17 by yo'
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Several reasons: We vote a lot, and we vote up. We have a narrow scope, which means there are people who can answer almost any question. For some people, TeX and friends is almost a religion which t …
answered May 21 '16 by yo'