This is my first question on Meta, I hope it belongs here. I'm asking this because I just reached 2000 rep, and I was awarded "Access to moderator tools", whatever that means. I'm not sure if this is something the community has control over, but I really don't think the rep limits are high enough. 'Access review queues' is awarded at 350 rep. I still don't think I'm qualified to judge those questions.
I looked around on the other sites a bit - It looks like they either have the same rep limits as us ( IPS, Gardening and landscaping, lifehacks), or a huge difference, with 'Access to moderator tools' awarded at 10k rep (Seasoned advice, AskUbuntu).
Music Practice and Theory also has the larger rep limits. Its stats are
Our stats are :
So does the boundary of small rep limits and large rep limits lie somewhere between these two sites' stats? Is it something to do with the graduation thing? Is it possible for us to change the limits just a little bit, or are they fixed?
Basically, can we do anything so that people like me (0 reviews, 1 accepted answer(to someone else's question), 0 answered questions (I've accepted no answers yet), 0 flags posted) aren't prematurely given responsibilities/power?