StackEgg! What a great invention. Probably the best thing to hit Stack Exchange since the invention of unicoins!
Very entertaining game, very fun to play. Many users have probably spent several hours playing this. And April Fool's day is not over yet.
However, where there is great inventions there seems to be users who use things for evil. Some users from Programming Puzzles and Code Golf have apparently raided other sites' stack eggs, forcing them to restart.
I hope, and believe, that this was not how the Stack Egg was intended to be used.
Code Review have had this happen twice already. Seeing your site getting reset by an "enemy site" is not fun at all.
I know that the Stack Egg is only here for a short period, so I can understand if this is not something that is prioritized by the devs. I would however like this short period to be a fun one, and not a period full of "attacking" other sites.
Easy solution: Require 'trusted user' privilege to vote to restart a site.
Even easier solution: Disqualify the evil PCG.
Either way, no matter what happens, I think the most fair thing for me to do is to notify everyone about this 'raiding' possibility. It might also explain some things to some sites who have been wondering why their site egg is being reset.