18 votes
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Why is Area 51 NOT counted as a valid site for the commitment phase?

Part of the Area 51 process is finding people familiar with the network model and know how other sites on our network operate. That experience is necessary in order for a new site to function properly....
animuson's user avatar
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12 votes

OR: Strategies for getting 100+ committers with 200+ rep

To all users with less than 200 reputation reading this: Please work on getting 200 reputation somewhere in the network. Any site will work; you can browse the whole list of 174 (soon to be 175) ...
Pika Supports Ukraine's user avatar
12 votes

Congratulations to Programming Language Design and Implementation on completing the Commitment phase!

I am answering this because the stuff I want to say will exceed the comment character limit. First of all, I am ecstatically happy right now, it's been a dream of mine to help create a new SE site ...
Deko Revinio's user avatar
11 votes
Accepted

When you have committed to a proposal and this proposal is deleted, why am I still commited to it?

It's not deleted yet, only closed. It'll be auto-deleted 30 days from its close date, at which point it will also disappear from your profile. Letting everyone go and uncommit because it's now closed ...
animuson's user avatar
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10 votes

OR: Strategies for getting 100+ committers with 200+ rep

Also, on a related note: make sure to register at area51.stackexchange.com. Supporting a proposal doesn't require a login -- importing your hard earned reputation scores from other SE sites does, ...
fbahr's user avatar
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10 votes
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What happens when the commitment percentage reaches 100%

The latter one. The site does not automatically get created at 02:45 on Saturday morning if that's when 100% is reached. Rather, a notice appears saying that this proposal reached 100% commitment and ...
410's user avatar
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8 votes

How can I help this proposal get beyond the commitment phase?

I and some others have given this some thought, and we believe that the most effective things that you can do to help are the following: You can share the proposal with your network to get more ...
Noah Sprent's user avatar
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8 votes
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Is this idea acceptable for helping to promote new site?

Some will not like this and really if you over do it people will find it kind of spammy that every question or answer you posted has a part promoting your proposal. See this for help on getting the ...
Henry WH Hack v3.0's user avatar
6 votes

We're almost there

Here is the information given on the site of Deep Web, that precedes our site of a few days in Private Beta. This gives some indications on what we have to do to make our Beta successful: 10 ...
Taladris's user avatar
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5 votes

How do I fulfill my commitment in beta?

As far as I can tell, the requirements are as follows: The site needs to have entered public beta. You need to have made at least 10 posts (questions or answers) on the main site (not meta). ...
Mark's user avatar
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5 votes
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Can I revoke my unfulfilled commitments?

If the proposal is still gathering support during the Commitment phase, you can simply click on 'uncommit' button at the top-left of the proposal and your name will be removed. But once the site is ...
Robert Cartaino's user avatar
5 votes

We're almost there

One of the purposes of the private beta is to 'seed' the site with representative content before the public beta. I was going to suggest that everyone consider asking 'their' questions from the ...
Нет войне's user avatar
5 votes
Accepted

how does naming work for new sites?

Custom-branded site names (like "Cross Validated", "Ask Different", "Seasoned Advice") were from a time when communities would discuss what their up-and-coming site would be called and (theoretically) ...
Robert Cartaino's user avatar
5 votes

How can we attract commitment to Veganism and Vegetarianism?

I've posted about this on Buddhism Meta SE. I would do the same on Hinduism SE, but I gave away my entire association bonus there in a bounty, so I can't even post on meta. Perhaps someone else could ...
Fiksdal's user avatar
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5 votes

Are 5 users willing to Follow a proposal for ebikes.stackexchange.com?

It appears ebikes.stackexchange, will need 4 other users besides me to follow its proposal, for it to be created... No. Not even close. 5 followers are required to meet the minimal activity ...
animuson's user avatar
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4 votes

How can I help this proposal get beyond the commitment phase?

Add to the "science helping science" ads: Since almost 10 years ago, the "Science helping science" ad has been on the Meta site of Physics.SE, and later also on Chemistry.SE, ...
Nike Dattani's user avatar
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4 votes
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I committed to beta: now what?

Don't overthink it. If you received a notice that a private beta has started — then go use the site! Don't worry about guides and badges and FAQs and all the mechanics and minutia of gaining ...
Robert Cartaino's user avatar
4 votes

OR: Strategies for getting 100+ committers with 200+ rep

I guess their are a lot of graduate students having accounts on Stackoverflow. Those of us in Academia could point their students to this proposal. If you give a talk on a conference, you could also ...
J Fabian Meier's user avatar
4 votes
Accepted

I didn't take part in the private beta phase of a new site to what I was committed to. Can I still fulfill my commitment?

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 ...
Nike Dattani's user avatar
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3 votes

How do I fulfill my commitment in beta?

There seem to be two requirements for this, although there is only Q&A and official confirmation lacks: Beta has gone public. You need to make 10 posts with a positive score. (either questions or ...
Bookeater's user avatar
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3 votes

OR: Strategies for getting 100+ committers with 200+ rep

Students in OR related fields: sharing on the private fb group of the promotion could help. Talking to teachers about it would as well. Researchers: conferences can be a good place to talk about ...
m.raynal's user avatar
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3 votes

OR: Strategies for getting 100+ committers with 200+ rep

Following up on @J. Fabian Meier's suggestion, here is a QR code folks can use if you want to add a link to the site from a conference presentation.
LarrySnyder610's user avatar
2 votes

I committed to beta: now what?

To follow through on a commitment, and get Area 51's Upholder badge, you have to post 10 times. Any combination of questions and answers. To get the new site's Beta badge, you have to: Gain 3 ...
Chenmunka's user avatar
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2 votes

How can I see my failed commitments?

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 "...
Nike Dattani's user avatar
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2 votes

OR: Strategies for getting 100+ committers with 200+ rep

There are some new committers with 51 or 151 Area51 points, whose Area51 registration is not linked to their other Stack Exchange user profiles in which they have massive numbers of SE points. Follow ...
Mark L. Stone's user avatar
2 votes

We are in Day 180 and two users have reached 10 posts on the beta, but they are not being marked as having "fulfilled commitment"

The daily script that voids commitments would have voided all unfulfilled commitments for Matter Modeling on October 25 at 03:00 UTC when it ran, which was 180 days after April 28 when the private ...
animuson's user avatar
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1 vote

Is there a maximum duration of the commitment phase?

Yes. Proposals are automatically closed if they do not complete the commitment phase in 4 months or less. This is done to ensure the proposal has enough committed users to succeed as an actual site. ...
Pika Supports Ukraine's user avatar

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