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As far as "how much" there is only one real metric: the minimum number of commitments. A proposal needs at least 200 people committed to use the site in order to succeed at the second phase. So if a community is smaller than 200 people, a Stack Exchange site is simply not for them yet. We have closed proposals where we have noticed the listed ...


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Area 51 runs on a very old Stack Exchange codebase, so changes on regular Q&A sites aren't always ported over. One of the reasons could be (but I'm just speculating) that the change on regular Q&A sites was to make sure questions were awarded just as much as answers: We’re changing the reputation earned from getting a question upvote to ten points, ...


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Yes you can absolutely fulfill commitment well after Private Beta. You have 180 days (6 months) to fulfill commitment, and Private Beta lasts for only 2-3 weeks. Remember also that when you clicked commit, it said "I agree to post at least 10 questions or answers within the first 6 months of the Beta", and did not say it has to be "private&...


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You can't see your failed commitments anywhere as far as I know. You would have to go back to the individual sites and see yourself in the commitment list, and then compare this with your "Fulfilled Commitment" list to see which ones were failed.


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