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I used to be concerned with writing an edit summary, but have since only used it sparingly. The only time I write something is when I think the edit itself won't explain what was done. Why? Every user is able to view the (edit) history of a post - just visit <site>/posts/<postid>/revisions. That history shows a side-by-side change of what was ...


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The person you are giving as an example has more than 200 reputation on others SE sites, so she or he had a +100 association bonus when coming to TEX S.E. If you add his 17*10 reputations gained for Q&A on this site, +4 for accepting answers and 1 initial point, you have a total of 275 reputations before he offered those three bounties. From TeX S.E ...


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For all users, according to this meta post. This feature was (officially) introduced 12 minutes ago. Apparently it was a mod-only feature before.


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Deleting helps in cleaning but doesn't undo an offense. This specific case was unclear so I left it at deleting (explained in my comments I'll delete as not needed any more and in chat). Some other background that can help moving on. To answer that quote "Because obviously flagging is not the way-to-go.": It is the primary way to go. Just flag in a very ...


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