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A request for assistance with one of the site's features, or a question where you're expecting a concrete answer, and not discussion. If your question is not reporting a bug, requesting a new feature, or soliciting open discussion, this tag is probably the right one.

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Someone stole my Stack Overflow silver badges a few minutes ago. Four of them! Snapshot from a tab I had open from a few hours ago: Snapshot from after the criminal deed: I'm pretty sure it wa …
asked Oct 1 '10 by Daniel Vassallo
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Just flag one of the spam answers for moderator attention, hinting the repeated spamming activity. The mods are trained to handle such situations :)
answered Aug 18 '10 by Daniel Vassallo
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To get the Investor badge you simply need to offer a bounty. You get the badge the day you offer the bounty. For the Altruist badge, you not only need to offer a bounty, but you need to actually awar …
answered Dec 26 '10 by Daniel Vassallo
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Just curious. Are the new Announcer, Booster and Publicist badges awarded multiple times like the Nice Answer and similar badges? UPDATE: It was announced today on the blog that these badges are aw …
asked Sep 8 '10 by Daniel Vassallo
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Yes you can. Use the following search query (Assuming 257022 is your User ID on SO): user:257022 something (Example) You can also use the shortcut user:me sql (Example)
answered Jun 2 '10 by Daniel Vassallo
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HTML - How to post HTML in StackOverflow http://img696.imageshack.us/img696/9568/codeso.png
answered Aug 2 '10 by Daniel Vassallo
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To answer the first part of the question: No, Stack Overflow is not the appropriate place to request open source contribution.
answered May 25 '10 by Daniel Vassallo
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I got all my missing badges back within a few hours. Thanks @waffles. It looks like other members received their missing badges back as well: @VonC and @Andy E's head confirmed in this thread. @Jon S …
answered Oct 2 '10 by Daniel Vassallo
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They are using HTML 5 Local Storage. Jeff happened to publish a blog article just today, describing what happens behind the scenes: Stack Overflow Blog: Global Network Auto-Login
answered Sep 11 '10 by Daniel Vassallo
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I think the best way to tackle such a case is to flag the moderators for attention. Most probably they will rollback the question, lock it, and throw away the key. I can't restore revisions, so ho …
answered Jul 21 '10 by Daniel Vassallo
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The rep is deducted when the bounty is started. Therefore @nCdy had ~152 rep before starting the bounty, as you can see from the reputation graph. Don't worry, the cheques will clear :)
answered Aug 18 '10 by Daniel Vassallo