19 votes
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Minimum number of people for a successful proposal

The minimum number of people needed to build a site depends largely on how engaged your users are and how much participation they are willing to put into it. When you submit a proposal for a site, it ...
10 votes

Have you upvoted five great questions that have a score less than 10?

Maybe the followers of the proposal don't believe that any of the proposed questions are good? So instead of encouraging people to upvote you might instead want to encourage people to post more ...
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6 votes

Minimum number of people for a successful proposal

A proposal needs 60 followers to complete the definition phase. Once a site's definition is complete, it needs 200 committers, at least 100 of which have 200+ rep on any other site, and a high enough ...
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3 votes
Accepted

Is there a way to communicate for all the followers or committers of a proposal?

Yes, you can create a chat room. All of your followers (and everyone on Area51) can participate in the chat room. This can be a useful tool to coordinate plans. It fits well in the Stack Exchange ...
3 votes

Is there a way to communicate for all the followers or committers of a proposal?

No, we do not provide the ability for proposal owners (or participants) to contact other followers by email. This is by design. We've always been ultra-cautious about when and how we contact users via ...
2 votes

People who follow a proposal but do not appear in the list of followers

New users on Area51 needs to verify their email ID from profile. Only those who have verified their mail will be counted as followers when they click follow button.
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