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I think it is just because Robotics doesn't get that many questions. With only 2.1 questions per day according to Area51 (https://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/40020/robotics), our few moderators can keep up. I don't know how many questions the "real" Stack Exchange site gets, but I'm sure it's a lot more.


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Yes, it looks like you are doing the correct thing, but closure requires 5 close votes or one close vote from a diamond moderator. Flags recommending closure cause the post to be added to the close review queue though, rather than be sent to the moderator queue, since on most stack exchange sites, there are enough users with close privileges to deal with ...


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Closing a question requires five votes to close. You need 500 reputation to vote to close. Additionally closure is immediate when a moderator votes to close, when the asker validates a duplicate suggestion, or when someone with a gold tag badge in one of the question's applicable tags closes as duplicate. When you cast a close flag, that doesn't directly ...


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