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What does being a 'Contributor' look like on Worldbuilding?

(I am not a moderator and normally the term "moderator" on the StackExchange network describes elected (diamond) mods, but I do have access to the mod tools privilege on Writing.SE and am close here ...
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Is it possible to make an edit and put it in the review queue (after gaining the auto-approve privilege)?

The only option is to log out, or open a private browsing window (or even another browser) so that you're browsing Stack Exchange as an anonymous user. Anonymous users can suggest edits too; however, ...
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Should the rep requirement for Meta be lowered to 1?

If this level of granularity is possible, I'd like to lower the rep requirement for answers on meta to 1. This allows Sandbox participation without enabling accidental mis-posting of main-site ...
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What does being a 'Contributor' look like on Worldbuilding?

I mostly agree with what Secespitus wrote, but there's one thing in that answer which I disagree with (as seems to be common). If you see something that you're unsure about, you don't necessarily ...
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What does being a 'Contributor' look like on Worldbuilding?

Kind of a backup to Secespitus' answer; There are a small handful of users that are verified help vampires. They routinely try to pull focus from everyone else and ask endless streams of questions, ...
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How will the privilege requirements change, once phase two of the graduation takes place?

Stack Overflow has some special settings due to its volume. The privilege levels are the same on all other graduated sites, as described on Meta.SE. There's a table there showing the reputation ...
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Should the rep requirement for Meta be lowered to 1?

After looking at the question the OP asked on PPCG I think there wouldn't be any harm in lowering the rep requirement for Meta. The single answer to that question states that there hasn't been any ...
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Not asking questions

No, there are no such requirements and there shouldn't be any such requirements Everyone is allowed to do how they please as long as they stay in line with the community guidelines. You are a lurker ...
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Should the rep requirement for Meta be lowered to 1?

In my opinion the meta traffic for Worldbuilding is slow enough that questions and answers can be pretty easily monitored by the community. With only a few posts a day letting new users post wouldn't ...
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Replace "create tags" with "suggest new tag"

I think perhaps switching the thresholds for create tags and create tag synonyms would be the best tactic. This is a thought I had from the bows/swords discussion you linked to. If you had separate <...
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What does being a 'Contributor' look like on Worldbuilding?

The first time that I got access to Moderator Tools on a stack, I asked if there was something that I should do with them. The general answer is no. They provide some information that is mostly ...
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How will the privilege requirements change, once phase two of the graduation takes place?

The comments are correct, our thresholds will become the same as other graduated sites. The thresholds here are set to be appropriate for a new site starting out to allow people to get the site up ...
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Replace "create tags" with "suggest new tag"

I have upvoted @LioElbammalf's answer and would like to add to it. For the last 20 minutes or so I was browsing through the approximately 75 used-only-once tags. My goal was to find interesting tags ...
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