SOREP will be taken offline this month. SOREP V2 now lives on StackUsers.com
SOREP V2: Ranked and aggregated flair
Since early this year, before the advent of the API, SOREP has been providing ranked flair for the big 4 trilogy sites. With the advent of the API and improved access to data (so long screen scraping!) the groundwork for SOREP V2 with an improved api and layout was put into motion with the Soapi.CS client library upon which the StackUser data platform is built.
- Site Ranking, both as an ordinal value and a mouseover percentile.
- Aggregated flair - all or specific number, sorted by reputation
- All standard themes supported -
- Custom display formats -
Easy selection using a variety of identifiers
- user id and site
- email address
- association id
See http://stackapps.com/questions/1578/sorep-v2-ranked-flair-take-2 for more info.
You may also be interested in the other tools available on stackusers.
Default flair layout
Small flair layout
Tiny aggregated flair layout
I see a few questions on meta.stackoverflow.com regarding user ranking. There are several existing lists but they are focused primarily on users with higher scores.
So, I wrote a small applet that, via a trickle pull, indexes all users for the trilogy and meta down to the 100 rep mark, in order of appearance.
The 100 rep cutoff seems reasonable. On StackOverflow, the vast majority of users are < 100 and pulling that data seems over the top frivolous.
You may access this data in several ways
http://skysanders.net/tools/sorep/default.aspx (detailed usage information here)
AUTOGET: (for you Benjol)
An example of using ranking in Flair is available on the interactive page.