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Currently only trilogy accounts can be linked and shown on the CV.

Would it be possible for us to add our flair badge from any StackExchange site, if you used the same OpenID to register and login?

I can imagine that showing, e.g. your MathOverflow flair, on your CV could be an additional "selling point" for programmers with a strong mathematical orientation.

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The StackExchange sites are far too varied in topic to be associated with StackOverflow Careers.

I can probably speak for Jeff in saying that he would not enjoy being the one to pick and choose which StackExchange sites "qualify" to be linked to StackOverflow Careers.

FWIW, I agree that having a MathOverflow reference on your CV might be advantageous, but I think this is a case where you don't need to change the system to get what you want. Simply add a link to your profile in the appropriate section.

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+1 for adding it to the profile – Ivo Flipse Jan 29 '10 at 14:00
I wonder... what would be the "appropriate section"? And why would have it be in another place from the "blessed" sites? How about we can add them ourselves... sort like opt-in instead of the current opt-out (hiding the sites we don't want to show up)? – Jürgen A. Erhard Jan 9 '11 at 2:08
@jae: The "Projects and Links" section. – Jon Seigel Jan 9 '11 at 17:27

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