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I see a "Copy Area51 Profile To Related Accounts" button on Somebody Else's Profile.

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Here's the problem. ;)

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That's great! I wonder whether it works... –  davidsleeps May 3 '11 at 0:45
    
If you want to become a StackStalker, yeah, I guess it's "great"... –  muntoo May 3 '11 at 0:46
    
@muntoo, do you imagine it would copy their profile to yours? or copy their profile to theirs? (as if they had pressed the button) –  davidsleeps May 3 '11 at 0:50
    
@davidsleeps Are you going to try it? :) One minute later: StackExchange crashes. All data lost. Skynet imported. –  muntoo May 3 '11 at 0:53
    
These reports should be posted on discuss.area51.stackexchange.com; there is a tag to use for Area 51 issues (area51-meta). –  kiamlaluno May 3 '11 at 1:02
    
Those buttons don't do anything, though; they keep to return an error. They should not be visible if users are not visiting their own profile page, that is true. –  kiamlaluno May 3 '11 at 1:04
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@kiamlaluno Actually, A51 questions are permitted on MSO, as per our FAQ. In fact, there was a discussion about whether it belonged on discuss (which was supposed to be about specific proposals only), and the consensus was that MSO was where such questions belonged. –  waiwai933 May 3 '11 at 1:26
    
@waiwai933 I was referring to this Robert Cartaino's answer. –  kiamlaluno May 3 '11 at 1:48
    
Also, you can tell it is Somebody Else's Profile because it says java developer. 1) I use proper English. 2) I write paragraphs; not just two words. 3) It's JAVA!!! 'Nuff said. –  muntoo Oct 21 '11 at 5:15

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Oops! The button has been removed. Thanks for that. (For the record, clicking the button on someone else's profile led to a 404.)

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