In the official Stack Overflow blog post What a very bad day at work taught me about building Stack Overflow’s community the Director of Public Q&A at Stack Overflow, Ms. Sara Chipps described herself as
“long time Stacker (I’ve always wanted to say that!).”
Does she meant that she belongs to Stack Overflow community for a long time?
Is “Stacker” a common term for Stack Overflow members or just invented by her?
I checked Wikipedia, but didn’t find such a meaning. (I don’t think that she meant “a machine used in bulk material handling”.)
I also tried to search SE meta, but search https://meta.stackexchange.com/search?q=“Stacker” doesn’t distinguish Stacker and Stack and returns too many results.( Update: my Safari somehow inserted wrong double quotes and search with correct double quotes https://meta.stackexchange.com/search?tab=newest&q="stacker" works ,thanks for Mari-Lou A comment)
UPDATE re reasons not to close the question:
Robert Longson suggested that the question is a duplicate of “The Many Memes of Meta”. I searched all 3 pages of answers and didn’t find any word “Stacker”. The search https://meta.stackexchange.com/search?tab=newest&q="stacker" returns only 14 results and “The Many Memes of Meta” is not in the list. Similar search for “Stackers” returns 22 pages, but again no “The Many Memes of Meta”. The search for "stacker" meme returns the “The Many Memes of Meta”, but only because it doesn’t distinguish Stacker and Stack.
Someone suggested that the question is “off topic”. According to https://meta.stackexchange.com/help/on-topic questions about Stack Exchange are on topic. Information published on Stack Overflow blog about how Stack Overflow/Stack Exchange members/employees are referred is about Stack Exchange.