Are there restrictions to view the site moderators in Meta ?
No, there are no restrictions. However, Meta doesn't have any community moderators - it is moderated by Stack Exchange staff.
How does the above message make sense when viewing the moderators ? Can some one explain me how ?
Which community (of the over 130 current separate, distinct ...
You're looking at two different periods of time.
In the first view, you're most likely looking at a week or month timespan. The second view shows the reputation of a single user the entire time since they joined the site.
While it's true that on Stack Overflow (and the majority of the Stack Exchange sites) we've standardized on English (using the premise that it's the language of the Internet, a premise I support), that doesn't mean that the countries where English is primarily spoken are the locales of the Internet.
The convention you are proposing is a convention of locale,...
The actual order of users is cached, but the reputation displayed under their name is not. If Jon stays ahead of Silva, then the system will eventually update the list to reorder them. The list usually updates fairly quickly, but you can browse through the list and find quite a few places where there are users "out of order." In fact, this has already ...
You've made several hundred requests to /users/filter in the past 20 minutes - what's up with that?
...Actually, there are rather a lot of duplicate requests for various pages / filters from your account. You might want to make sure you don't have any dodgy extensions installed.
Currently, the only moderators for Meta Stack Exchange are members of the Stack Exchange community team. Developers also have access for technical reasons. Folks actively using moderator privileges are doing so:
To migrate certain exceptional questions, following the MSO/MSE split
To address quite a few 'other' flags that mostly challenge duplicates, point ...
There is no users listing page on the central Stack Exchange site.
The page gives a 404, Not Found, not a server error. It is not broken, just Not There. It just was never built, and that's probably because there is little point in ranking users from widely different Stack Exchange sites against one another.
Nope, they're not the same, for two reasons:
The badge is intended to exclude specific (the trivial ones, mostly) edits, though there's no reason to exclude those counts for general recognition of those users on the /users page.
Performance would greatly suffer if we had to do the same checks as the badge did for all users every time that query did a re-...
Update: I reverted the layout change. Tabs should be back to normal now.
So... earlier today I thought to myself "well, at least that rolled out without any issues". Apparently I was wrong. :)
I will look into this tomorrow, but the short version of the long story is that we're gearing up for rolling out responsive designs, left-side navigation, and "...
The only difference between the count used for strunk & white and the count on the editors tab is that the one in the editors tab also counts posts that were simply retagged.
So the count is higher. To sum it up, those are the edits which are included:
Editing questions (not your own, including tag-only edits aka retagging)
Editing answers (not your ...
When your cursor hovers over the reputation, the tooltip says:
reputation this week: -1486
total reputation: 1948
Depending on whether you order the users by
the displayed reputation is the one gained (or lost) in that period.
The users page, by default, is showing users who lost rep, and how much, during the last month. You can change the timespan using the filter on the page (see the end of this answer).
On their profile page you see their total reputation since registration.
See the filter on the right:
As Kate Gregory already pointed out in the comments, a difference of 1 is already explained in Why is each rep off by 1 when sorting Users by year vs. all on a < 1-year-old SE site?.
There are two other issues you've uncovered here, though:
When you get the association bonus (+100 because you have 200+ rep on any SE site), these +100 are not counted ...
Hmm. As Glorfindel commented, Community user is only filtered on reputation tab and Metas don't have reputation tab. However there are two work-around:
You can always click on Meta User from the profile of Community user on main site:
You can force the reputation tab on Meta Stack Overflow i.e meta.stackoverflow.com/users?tab=reputation and then try ...
This is tough, because every list you've suggested would be utterly dominated by Stack Overflow users in every way, simply based on the fact that it has a thousand times more traffic than most of our other sites.
You have stumbled on a very old bug that was missed when we started rendering High DPI profile images. I have contacted Imgur and had them whitelist the 96 size. Hopefully it won't be long until that is implemented.
When we hover on New users tab, it reads, users who joined in the last 45 days. Users who joined in last 45 days are shown in the list.
While calculating days, system adds joining day and today also. So, a user who joined yesterday will shown as "101 in 2 days". But actually, they were member only for a day. Similarly, if a user joined 45 days ago, it ...
The number you saw on the users page was that user's change in reputation for the current week, not their total reputation. Based on their reputation tab, the number on the users page looks correct, given the several 500 reputation bounties that user has placed in the past few days.
Everyone starts with 1 rep, which is not something your acquired or earned - just the minimum reputation possible.
The ALL sort get all reputation, including this 1 rep.
The YEAR sort will account for any rep earned in that year.
For anyone who has been around less than a year, that's the discrepancy.
And of course, for any site that has been around less ...
They're my tags, and I'm fine with them being cut off - that third one wasn't important anyway.
Seriously though, this is an edge case we won't spend time styling each site on. Instead, we could spend time on other changes we could make to /users to make it more useful, that's just a nasty rumor though. Maybe.
The Stack Overflow users page shows what top tags you were active in the selected period. The default currently is the week-to-date. You received most votes for the c#, adobe and asp.net tags this week.
If you switch to the [All] tab, you have overall recieved most votes for the c#, asp.net and android tags.
The Careers tags list you showed is a free-form ...
SE switched recently to use CSS Grid Layout in the Users page, which is indeed not supported in Safari 10. (and IE 10 too)
Since SE should support last two versions, I think they should revert that change and use whatever they used before to support older versions for now.
Until then, you can upgrade to Safari 11 and it will work.