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Silly me! I just got lost in those login options - I think I used to have to pick the way I log in first and then see the two boxes before. Anyway, thanks ;)
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Because it carries information about what the answer title is, which is a usability improvement. The slugs were added to the normal question links for this reason and I would say that the same applies to share links.
Yup. Could you edit my post so that it's clearer if you have an idea how you could improve it?
This is not exactly the same as displaying a number. If there are zero questions tagged this way, I find it pointless to look further. If there are thousands and I thought that my question is unique, this might be an incentive.
@MonicaCellio: each user would have a private handle that is not disclosed by the system.
For that to work, I think that there would need to exist a system that lets you generate an anonymous "proof of reputation" that is signed by StackExchange and - to prove that this is a certificate issued for your employer - contains some challenge that the employer gave you. The real point is IMHO - would that really be that useful to other users? And also - wouldn't this spoil the game in any way for the others?
@Xline: the question you quoted is about proving that you have a given amount of reputation on SE without disclosing your identity. My question is about what would be the consequences of NOT disclosing neither the reputation nor the identities of posters. Do you feel the difference now?