I'm assiduously frequenting the Stack Overflow and Code Review sectors, where I got some reputation.
In the other hand I rarely visit Super User, because it doesn't match my skills, so for me it's a place for questions rather than answers. And obviously this gives much more less reputation!
Today I've posted a question and I didn'get any answer for now. So I'm considering placing a bounty, but I don't have many reputation in Super User, while I could easily use the one of SO or CR.
But since I couldn't find anything related to this possibility, neither in help pages nor in meta, I think it's currently not possible.
So I ask it differently: could it be an option to change the way the bounty mechanism works, in order to make it possible?
Note that, without this possibility, there is some kind of contradiction:
- if we want to place a bounty it means we strongly need an answer
- and the more we need an answer the more it frequently means we lack skills in the domain where we ask the question
- so we have less chances to have reputation available in this domain
- but reputation is required to place the bounty... so the circle is complete
EDIT, in response to comment and answer.
Yes I didn't post my question from many time, and I'm not so impatient. It's only that, once I realized it could remain unanswered, I have the idea to inquiry about what are my possibilities in that case.
In other words, I don't really plan to place a bounty now, but I'm curious about how it would turn if I wanted to do it.
In the other hand, I'm sorry if my question is not clear: as I'm not a native-English speaker, I don't know how to explain it better by my own: feel free to ask for additional explanation on any precise point.