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Raising a question here (which you have done) is likely as good as being able to flag a user's profile...Some good examples: Problem User Spamming Personal Library Should the posts of this user be c …
answered Aug 12 '11 by davidsleeps
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Thoughts- those interested in Flair will quickly gain 200+ reputation before you can blink... I'm presuming that the idea of displaying Flair (on your blog or wherever) is that you are saying that yo …
answered May 17 '11 by davidsleeps
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You deliberately mention answers, however, would marking the question as a favorite work for you? FAQ entry on how Favorites work Otherwise, the best option might be a note/snippet tool (such as Eve …
answered Dec 20 '11 by davidsleeps
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Perhaps all would be happy if we could search upside down...that way the cursor can start at the right and not jump once the box has expanded...I think we'd all fairly quickly get use to reading like …
answered Aug 9 '11 by davidsleeps
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If you download the data dumps using the clear-bits torrent you can then specify certain files not to download in most torrent clients. The skeptics data dump wasn't in the torrent I used as an examp …
answered Feb 20 '12 by davidsleeps
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I like this better (from the users search page): This would easily fit into the top bar and could be printed in giant on the profile page. Perhaps with a tooltip for the actual value (exactly like …
answered May 25 '11 by davidsleeps
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I think you'd find that there would be questions asked on meta.X.stackexchange.com sites which should be moved to meta.stackoverflow.com for discussion here...and any reputation associated would belon …
answered May 9 '11 by davidsleeps
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As has already been pointed out in the comments, the ubuntu site already provides this option. It seems a few of the sites have context sensitive login links that may be more applicable and provide …
answered Jun 28 '11 by davidsleeps
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(IMHO) I think it's not the best idea... It just adds noise/clutter when you don't need it whilst you've scrolled to view Question/Answer content. It's easy enough to get back to the top anyway. As M …
answered Aug 8 '11 by davidsleeps
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The popup that appears when you hover over your username...can it also display when hovering over the reputation link. Because the popup mostly contains reputation information (well it takes up the ma …
asked Apr 15 '11 by davidsleeps
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As Nick says, the subdivision is necessary so that each sites quality and relevance is maintained. If you have 150k rep on StackOverflow, why does that mean you deserve the same level of privilege on …
answered Apr 6 '11 by davidsleeps
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If you search stack in Google, a link appears on the first page (for google.com and google.com.au for me)...that's pretty short and most browsers have a search box or google front page...
answered Mar 15 '12 by davidsleeps
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The list often just gets filled up with "Yearling" badges which isn't overly exciting and it could perhaps be more useful if it was presented like the Recent Tags list which has the tag x # format. Th …
asked Jan 10 '11 by davidsleeps
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How about... Trade your reputation for Store/Shop items...All the buying goodness without "bank accounts" or "credit cards" or "money" :) If this were to be taken seriousy, perhaps your store rep …
answered Mar 8 '12 by davidsleeps
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SO user blogs would likely take away from the question and answer content that it exists for and I guess would be generally be self-serving. Further, there already exists plenty of established bloggi …
answered Aug 9 '11 by davidsleeps

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