I've written an email with a technical issue (account and OpenID problems), and as of 14 December haven't gotten an answer yet. I tried to contact the Stack Overflow (SO) team some months ago as well, with no response. Is there any other way to contact SO team?
closed as off topic by jmfsg, George Stocker, XMLbog, GEOCHET, random Dec 22 '09 at 23:30
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Ways to contact the Stack Overflow team
There's a bolded link at the bottom of every page that says:
It's what you're looking for. If they haven't responded, then wait a week and try again.
I know the
You can also post your issue here on meta. You needed to contact them about something, so submit that as a question on meta with
I wouldn't recommend this method, but it is a way to contact them.
I can guarantee that they read emails -- they've read to and responded to all of the emails I've sent; but it may be that your
It may have also been sent to the
I'm sorry that you have had account problems. I'll take a look-see what "Tomaszs" accounts I can see...
Found; just to avoid any obvious security complaints, I've e-mailed the old account to confirm, but yes: we can merge these. I can do "stackoverflow" - do you also have "serverfault" / "superuser"?
Now merged (following e-mail reply). Let me know (add a comment to this reply, or e-mail me directly) if you get any more problems.
The team is often busy - and I imagine they get a lot of email. I'd drop them another email just as a "ping".
Using Meta is okay for some things, but if it really deserves an email, then I'd stick with that.
Best thing is to email them again. Make sure you clearly state the problem, and provide ample information so it's as easy as possible for them to fix the problem.
In this particular case, I'd do this:
Use your email address that is on both accounts, and chances are good they'll be able to do it quickly and easily.
If you've supplied anything less than the above information, it may go into a "to deal with later" pile because it requires them to do more work, and they may have more pressing issues at hand.