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Q&A How much reputation is enough reputation? [duplicate]

I clicked on "edit" on a post, and received the following message: Forbidden You have been denied access to this resource because you lack the necessary privileges to access it. Once you gain e...

1 answer  ·  posted 4y ago by Masked Man‭  ·  edited 3mo ago by Monica Cellio‭

#5: Post edited by user avatar Monica Cellio‭ · 2024-02-23T22:41:48Z (3 months ago)
closed as superseded instead of status-tagging it
#4: Question closed by user avatar Monica Cellio‭ · 2024-02-23T22:41:23Z (3 months ago)
#3: Post edited by user avatar Monica Cellio‭ · 2024-02-23T00:01:52Z (3 months ago)
This question is about behavior that has since been changed.
#2: Post edited by user avatar meta user‭ · 2024-02-23T00:00:24Z (3 months ago)
added a required tag
How much reputation is enough reputation?
I clicked on "edit" on a post, and received the following message:

> Forbidden
>
> You have been denied access to this resource because you lack the necessary privileges to access it. Once you gain enough reputation, you will be granted access.
>
> If you believe you encountered this page in error, or you want to report a fault, you can contact the administrator at info@codidact.com.

I don't really care about obtaining the privileges or the reputation, but I cannot help wonder what privileges are *available* and how much reputation is required to obtain them.

I also noted Monica writes [here](https://meta.codidact.com/questions/39447): 

> Privileges will be tied to your activity rather than basing everything off a single reputation number. 

Is this officially agreed? If so, is the privilege based on reputation or tied to activity? What activities will lead to what privileges?

I looked through all the links I could find on the site, but I couldn't see where this is addressed.
#1: Initial revision by user avatar Masked Man‭ · 2020-04-29T08:21:26Z (about 4 years ago)
I clicked on "edit" on a post, and received the following message:

> Forbidden
>
> You have been denied access to this resource because you lack the necessary privileges to access it. Once you gain enough reputation, you will be granted access.
>
> If you believe you encountered this page in error, or you want to report a fault, you can contact the administrator at info@codidact.com.

I don't really care about obtaining the privileges or the reputation, but I cannot help wonder what privileges are *available* and how much reputation is required to obtain them.

I also noted Monica writes [here](https://meta.codidact.com/questions/39447): 

> Privileges will be tied to your activity rather than basing everything off a single reputation number. 

Is this officially agreed? If so, is the privilege based on reputation or tied to activity? What activities will lead to what privileges?

I looked through all the links I could find on the site, but I couldn't see where this is addressed.