On Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 12:57 AM, Brian Salter-Duke
On Sun, 22 Feb 2009 23:31:47 +0000, Chris Down <
I see no '100 edits at meta' restriction.
Am I missing something?
As pointed out, the user in question has not provided a link to a home
project, to prove they have some sort of standing in the community. If this
sort of practice was accepted, I could just go and register several accounts
and vote how I wanted to skew the discussion. Voters have to have *some*
sort of eligibility. We generally ask for 100 edits to any project. You miss
the point where it says *any* project, not just Meta. A user's first edit to
come and vote on such a proposal is not normally the sort of edit an editor
would make. A link to a home project should be provided so the validity of
the vote can be checked.