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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. Reputation on Area 51 is extremely different than on other sites. You can easily get large amounts of it by just having been the person to propose the site or ...


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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 people to simply commit, a number of these people may already have 200+ reputation on StackExchange. If you do not already, you can get 200+ reputation on a site ...


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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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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, Astronomy.SE, Earth Science.SE, Engineering.SE, and OpenData.SE. Synthetic Biology can be added under "commitments needed" to all of the above. More places ...


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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 beta went live. At that time, the first two users in your list did not qualify for the fulfillment. The first asked 3 questions on October 26, which means they ...


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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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