I've fulfilled a commitment to a few proposals, so I know how to do that: ask or answer 10 questions during private beta, and 1-2 days after the site goes to public beta, the commitment is fulfilled.

But if I miss the private beta phase for any reason (for example, taking 5 days vacation and leaving for 9 days, or taking 2 weeks free), is it still possible to fulfill the commitment?

I suppose if so, the requirements are higher that 10 questions or answers, but what they are? If it is possible at all?

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The FAQ says something about this :

Once you've fulfilled your commitment on a new site by asking and answering a few questions, you'll be able to commit to another site. If you are very active, you may be able to re-use your commitment as soon as the second day of public beta. If you aren't active on the site, you won't be able to re-use the commitment until the end of the public beta, or until six months after the beta began.

You can fulfill your commitment by making a total of 10 posts (questions or answers) on the site, none of which should have a negative score, and can be posted at any point of time till the end of the public beta period. (Well, thats my interpretation)

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    OK, this is theory. But how it functions in practice? Does anyone have experience with it? Jul 9, 2013 at 15:50

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