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After being around Stack Overflow for about two months, I find myself looking through lots of other peoples' profiles/activity to see if there is anything else I can learn from one of their old questions/answers.

This got me wondering if some sort of bullet list exists that shows every single action one can see about another user. I'm almost certain I know all the different public parts of an account, but it would be interesting to discover something I didn't know about.

Does such a list exist?


For example, the list would be something like:

        Action           -  Is Public

  • "comments"   -   YES
  • "answers"      -   YES
  • "flags"            -   NO
  • "questions"    -   YES
  • etc...
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Check this site http://data.stackexchange.com with very useful statistics

There you can see a lot of different statistics such as:

Your id you can find at your personal page in top-right corner: user:XXXXXX

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Your profile icon plays tricks on my eyes! It looks like its pulsating on my dimly lit laptop screen! :) –  chown Oct 11 '11 at 18:00
    
I've played around with data.se a bunch already, but what I really want to know is if there is a FAQ-like page that lists all of the different types of publicly available user info there is. For example, the list would just contain a list like: "comments - YES", "answers - YES", "flags - NO", "questions - YES", etc. Does that make sense? –  chown Oct 11 '11 at 18:06

This got me wondering if some sort of bullet list exists that shows every single action one can see about another user.

The Stack Exchange network profile activity list shows just about all publicly available activity done throughout the network.

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I've seen that, but what I want to know is if there is a FAQ-like page that lists all of the different kinds of public info about someone. For example, the list would just contain a list like: "comments - YES", "answers - YES", "flags - NO", "questions - YES", etc. Does that make sense? –  chown Oct 11 '11 at 18:05

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