Following up on an old post here, I think it would be useful to be able to offer a bounty immediately on asking a question rather than having to wait two days.

(It would also avoid the need for Volker to have to get in to deep metaphysical discussions with himself - see the old post for the gory details!!)

asked 21 Mar '11, 09:09

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closed 27 Mar '11, 15:54

This foum might not offer bounties, but non-sense and meta(-physical) discussions are fully supported, I'm sure:)

(21 Mar '11, 09:32) Volker Barth
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Quod erat demonstrandum.

(22 Mar '11, 09:06) Volker Barth

The question has been closed for the following reason "The question is answered, right answer was accepted" by Justin Willey 27 Mar '11, 15:54

sqlanywhere-forum does not support bounties.

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answered 21 Mar '11, 09:12

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Thanks Graeme - I hadn'd picked up that change. It does explain why I wasn't seeing the option :-)

(21 Mar '11, 09:22) Justin Willey

Please note that this forum ( does not support bounties at all, so waiting two days is a moot point at the moment. The original post was regarding the way that bounties worked on StackExchange.

If there is enough interest in bounties we could consider it ... but at this time there are no plans to implement bounties on this forum.

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answered 21 Mar '11, 09:16

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And (now) I see that Graeme typed faster than I did :-)

(21 Mar '11, 09:17) Mark Culp
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...not necessarily on a character/time base... Should I offer a bounty for this bounty enhancement, anyway?

(21 Mar '11, 09:29) Volker Barth

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