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When I'm not working or moderating Stack Apps, I have a tendency to meddle in bug reports on Meta or take part in writing userscripts for the Stack Exchange network which add features that sometimes get implemented natively. Here's a few you may be interested in:

I've also been known to occasionally break (and sometimes fix!) the Data Explorer, and to busy myself with maintaining the Election Statistics page.


22h
reviewed Approve app tag wiki excerpt
22h
reviewed Close Root app for Huawei
Jul
30
reviewed Close Why doesn't Stack Exchange reward some reputation points for installing & using mobile app?
Jul
17
reviewed No Action Needed How to find questions that were posted or edited recently?
Jul
10
comment Elections Statistics page for Stack Exchange sites
Fixed (and fixed, @BrockAdams). Thanks.
Jul
10
comment Elections Statistics page for Stack Exchange sites
Will look, thanks
Jul
9
reviewed Approve SE Additional Optional Features
Jul
9
reviewed Approve SE Additional Optional Features
Jul
2
reviewed Approve app tag wiki excerpt
Jun
30
reviewed Approve Quick navigation between answers
Jun
30
reviewed Close Specific Response attributes
Jun
27
reviewed Approve Freehand Circles Drawing Tool
Jun
25
comment Clickable link in “Try It” section of some doc pages
Looks like it has a link to me?
Jun
24
revised Descriptions of tag-based badges are incorrect
edited tags
Jun
24
answered Clickable link in “Try It” section of some doc pages
Jun
23
comment Allow registrant to use write access without linking Stack Apps post
The only possible downside would be making sure this requirement was made clear, otherwise people might publish an app without creating the post and then no one could use it.
Jun
23
comment Allow registrant to use write access without linking Stack Apps post
The association is already tracked internally, so that's mostly only a concern for users of the application to have a place to complain. Assuming we still require a post for anyone who is not the API key owner to use the key, I think we'd end up with the best of both worlds (i.e. no app posts until the app is ready for others to use)
Jun
23
comment Do the questions tagged “placeholder” need it explicitly in the title?
Yeah, we just need a better system anyway, because the way it works now is silly. :(
Jun
23
answered Do the questions tagged “placeholder” need it explicitly in the title?
Jun
18
comment How to deal with the “Too Many Requests” error coming as HTML?
I don't know the specifics, but a single request every 200ms should be fine, unless maybe you were doing it constantly for hours - I've never created that scenario, so I don't know what happens in that case. Typically this will happen if you've sent many requests in a very short period of time, like 1 every 1 ms or something.