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Proposals for new features on the Stack Exchange network, or requests for a change to an existing feature.

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Similar in principle, though lighter-weight, than dasblinkenlight's suggestion would be to have the downvotes section on one's own profile have a simple indicator when a post has been edited since the …
answered Dec 5 '12 by AakashM
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I like Corinthian spirit, but I think this is very much a British English-only phrase.
answered Dec 21 '11 by AakashM
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I don't understand why Because the intended usage model of Stack Overflow is that you visit the website. Most forums have a subscribe feature That's nice for them. Stack Overflow, however, …
answered Sep 27 '11 by AakashM
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After an election ends, the election page has a section that looks something like this: But what is this silliness about downloading some desktop app and installing it? It's 2013 and this is the in …
asked Mar 8 '13 by AakashM
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Well, I would say that after the first glance one can guess a user's primary field by simply looking at their first question and answer titles and also seeing their badges remains true even with …
answered Feb 22 '12 by AakashM
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Haven't we already got this? This is your Stack Overflow profile page, with the cursor hovered over the 65 of php:
answered Oct 17 '13 by AakashM
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Every row in the list of tag badges has a link to the relevant tag. But there is no corresponding reverse link; indeed, there are no links to or even mentions of tag badges anywhere in the specific pa …
asked Jan 17 '12 by AakashM
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Possible Duplicate: Automatic removal of tags from question titles This has been talked around before, but with the idea of automatically removing or disallowing square-bracketed tags in t …
asked May 26 '11 by AakashM
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So it seems that when a question has been deleted by a moderator, it's not coming back. Whether or not one agrees with that, it would be nice if such a post (example, requires 10k natch) didn't even h …
asked Sep 5 '11 by AakashM
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So OK, when you signed up, there was this on screen, over on the right: but as you say, that was in the past and can easily be forgotten. Fair enough. But then you say you got to the login screen, …
answered Jun 21 '12 by AakashM
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Suppose this feature were implemented. Now consider the potential downsides of a future bug allowing information about supposedly 'hidden' links to leak out. Not very pretty, I'm sure you'd agree. Giv …
answered Nov 30 '11 by AakashM
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While I'm sure there will be those who say it's harder to start being an active user than it used to be, I don't think it is: I think it has been and continues to be true that users old and new who po …
answered Dec 14 '11 by AakashM
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There's an explanation on the privilege page for moderator tools, which is the first time you get deletion powers. I'm not sure what would be served by repeating it.
answered Dec 20 '11 by AakashM