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12:57 AM
@BeastOfCaerbannog Did you notice the math regarding answer you linked in your last answer (AP's rep. vs. answer's score.) Ive never seen that situation at that large a scale. Pretty impressive, no? With assoc. bonus, that would make AP a 1 post user with a score nearing 2k. Have you ever run across this situation before?
@BeastOfCaerbannog It would be even harder to achieve on Ask Ubuntu, due to versioning and the fading relevence of many (most?) posts. On SO, I'm sure every other question from 2009 / 2010 has one of these. : p
 
 
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Q: Flagging Old Questions as End of Standard Support or End of Life,

C.S.CameronI have noticed that quite a few Old questions are appearing in the Close Vote Review Queue. They mention older releases and have been flagged as past "end of standard support or end of life date". Most of these questions seem to have high votes and to have been on-topic at the time they were aske...

 
 
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7:36 AM
@NateT I'm not sure I understand you exactly. If you mean that some users have a relatively high rep with just a bunch of questions or answers, that's not so uncommon. Many users come in AU because they just want their problem solved or know the answer to a specific question and answer that, and sometimes never come back. If their question or answer is useful, they get upvoted. Usually for older questions/answers, the rep accumulation can be significant. So it doesn't seem unusual to me.
 
 
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11:14 PM
@BeastOfCaerbannog Their is probably a (near) 2k rep "user" out there who has forgotten he or she ever even joined. Btw I appreciate the edit. I looked over the diff so as to hopefully learn something from you / improve my formatting a bit.
 

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