It is currently not possible to comment on a query on the Data Explorer, although it has been a request for a while. Furthermore, it is not possible to contact the creator of a query. A workaround would be to identify the creator and send them a message on another site, but that is not even possible unless they they have the exact same name on another site. In summary, there is no possible way of notify or ask about a query (e.g. to point out fixes to flawed queries) unless you are lucky enough that its creator is hovering around on the meta site you choose to ask about it.
Therefore, I request to add data.stackexchange.com to the Data Explorer. I realize that its table design likely is different from all other sites, but just adding the
Users tables would make it possible to identify the creator based on their
AccountId. I believe this would make it easier to give attention to a problem/improvement of a query to the person that
truly cares about it created it, and properly give credit where due on other sites. It would also be allow people to query through their many unfiltered queries.
This should not be too difficult. In fact, the
Data.StackExchange database seems to already be in the Data Explorer. However, it is not accessible. If you try something like
select * from [Data.StackExchange]..[Users] on Data Explorer, all you receive is the error:
The server principal "STACKEXCHANGE\svc_sede" is not able to access the database "Data.StackExchange" under the current security context.