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A user can't add a comment on the answers of him own bounty, because it requires rep

Mods cannot explicitly enable privileges like that - You'll need to re-earn them like anyone else by posting quality answers. This is by design - its the opportunity cost of putting out a bounty, and ...
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What reputation is required for tag edits without approval?

No, 5,000 reputation gives you the privilege to approve tag wiki edits. Users like me won't see those edits in the Suggested Edits review queue. What you're thinking of comes with 20,000 reputation; a ...
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Motivation to answer low-trafic complicated questions?

SO isn't SU - just cause they're all stackexchange sites dosen't make you a subject expert on all of them. I have 70K here. Does that make me a great programmer? (Nope. I have 210 rep, mostly from ...
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What privileges are needed to re-open an "on hold" question?

If you're ever uncertain about privileges, just visit the privileges list in the help center. It will show you each privilege level and whether you have reached it. As you can see from there, it ...
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Motivation to answer low-trafic complicated questions?

I totally agree with @OliverSalzburg's answer. I'm also mostly active on Excel here, however my two questions with the most upvotes are related to graphic cables and kensington lock, which questions ...
2 votes

Motivation to answer low-trafic complicated questions?

Unless you have a wide spectrum of topics you can cover, you will not earn reputation quickly on Super User if you're not active in extremely popular tags. Reputation is often gained over long ...
2 votes

Warn users about losing privileges when starting bounty

As per the appropriate help pages If your new reputation brings you below the requirement for any privileges, you will lose access to those privileges. Might get complicated if you had to warned ...
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Should question owners be able to down vote on answers?

Voting down has the meaning that the post is of a very low quality; but it's still frequently used with a meaning of "I don't agree with it", "it doesn't work for me". This is nor different for the ...
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Motivation to answer low-trafic complicated questions?

Between different exchanges, there is some logic to the separation of powers. However I've personally been annoyed by some of the bleed-over that I think should occur between very similar communities....
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