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The purpose of votes isn't reputation. The purpose of votes is to determine what the community thinks of a particular post. It happens that on main, posts that are voted on are rewarded/sanctioned by reputation, but this isn't the case on meta. It doesn't mean votes are pointless, because they still fulfill their primary purpose: determining what the ...


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The question still exists on the main site, so they keep their reputation – for now that is. The question is left as a stub, or pathway to the new site, for 30 days, after which it is automatically deleted by a weekly script. (source: What is migration and how does it work?) In a month or so, the question will be deleted from the main site, and then the ...


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Voting on meta.math.SE does not affect reputation anywhere. (However, the badges you gain on meta.math.SE are separate from your badges on math.SE.) Your meta.math.SE reputation is a copy of your math.SE reputation, though sometimes it takes a few hours to update to the latest value. This is how all meta.____.SE sites work, except for meta.stackoverflow. ...


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The measure is the number of posts, comments, edits, and votes cast over the last 60 days. This is explained in the hover-text. The official source also mentions that deleted content is not taken into account and that self-edits do not count. While it is not put on display one can also sort user on main by this criterion: https://math.stackexchange....


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From help center: Votes on meta do not affect your reputation; your meta reputation is the same as your reputation on Mathematics Stack Exchange (synchronized hourly), though you earn separate badges. You must have 5 reputation to participate on meta. See also: http://meta.math.stackexchange.com/questions/10765/does-voteup-down-in-msemeta-affect-...


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Meta has no impact on your main reputation. Instead, your meta rep is exactly your main rep, with any discrepancy caused only by a small latency between rep changes on main being updated to your meta account.


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