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The thing is, I think I'm doing OK. I haven't been on SO for that long, but I put in the time, I get the votes and answers and I am currently on #7 in the user league. But the thing is, no matter how hard I try, I won't beat Nick Craver. He has the girl, he has the score and I'm not going to get his face off of the user league.

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But even though he does very well, he gets most his points answering jQuery questions and I'm a C# guy.

I envision user leagues based on tags. I know, tags can be changed and it may not be trivial to define how someone scored on a tag. But if you'd for instance include a user in a tag league when 50% of his answers are to questions with a specific tag, it could very well be representative.

And at last, I'll have a chance again.

OK, it's official, I'm blind. @Pekka answered that this already exists. However, is there a chance that this could look as nice as the normal user league, including the week, quarter and year score?

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You mean like these? :)

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Shit, you're kidding. I looked all over the place for this. Thank you very much. Hey, I'm third there :). – Pieter van Ginkel Nov 11 '10 at 17:26
Still, this does not nearly look as nice as the main user league. No chance the format could change to the normal user leagues, with weeks and quarters and such? – Pieter van Ginkel Nov 11 '10 at 17:32
@Pieter I don't know, but it may well be possible - we'll see what people say – Pëkka Nov 11 '10 at 17:32
I upvote his request for better looking leagues. Anybody else? – jcolebrand Nov 11 '10 at 19:27
Hmmm. No takers. Accepted your answer. – Pieter van Ginkel Nov 15 '10 at 16:59

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