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Is it intended to have negative reputation? [closed]

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Closed as duplicate by Monica Cellio‭ on Jan 12, 2021 at 22:23

This question has been addressed elsewhere. See: Why can users get negative reputation?

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I don't know if this is status-bydesign, but this looks like a bug to me:

negative reputation

Is this intended behavior? Seems a bit weird to me if it is.

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Ahh, that makes sense. 10 Rep‭ 3 days ago

Of course the whole concept of rep on a meta site doesn't make much sense in the first place. Olin Lathrop‭ 3 days ago

@Olin Lathrop I disagree. I like codidact because of that. People who make the site run in the first place are the ones who should also get rewarded with rep. Just because Stack Exchange doesn't do it doesn't mean codidact should switch. 10 Rep‭ 3 days ago

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