KudoZ or BrowniZ points for \"Easy\" questions?
Thread poster: Monika Coulson

Monika Coulson  Identity Verified
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Apr 15, 2002

I thought that we earn BrowniZ points when the asker awards points to the most helpful answer for an \"Easy\" question. But I just noticed that the last couple of days, the computer has awarded KudoZ points for \"Easy\" questions. Have things changed or is it a computer bug?
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Mary Worby  Identity Verified
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Always been the case Apr 15, 2002

It\'s always been the case that KudoZ are awarded for easy questions. There was some talk about changing this at one point, but, AFAIK, nothing ever materialised!



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Monika Coulson  Identity Verified
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Wow, I always thought that this was changed Apr 15, 2002

Thank you Mary. I thought this issue was resolved long time ago... But thank you for your reply,

Monika
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