It doesn't currently seem to recognise Gaming's new election correctly.
It doesn't show up as an active election, but the Gaming option in the "Completed Elections" section actually does load the current election so it's sort of working - it makes it hard to find, and also means we can't access the previous election any more (at least, ...
The Stack Overflow election has just appeared, and they're missing an important badge. Deputy, at 500 flag weight, might not be considered 'noteworthy' but it's actually required in this case:
For the Stack Overflow election, an eligible candidate for the election must have all of the following badges (note, this is not ...
It would be nice to see one's own or another user's profile analyzed in this manner. It could be used like a "Should I bother running?" self-check.
Obviously there would be no candidate text shown for people who have not come forth but but I like the extra bit of data aggregation that seems like a supplement to the profile page... And even ...
The page seems to be breaking in Chrome for the stack overflow nominations with the following message "Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'length' of undefined". It stops working after the step "Loading User Profile on main site".
Looking at the code it would appear that line 607 is causing problems:
userId = +post.find('.user-...
See the most recent Stack Overflow election, for example. It says, "These are your new moderators", but... who are they exactly?
This image makes it seem like codeMagic was a new moderator, when in fact that's not the case as can be seen at https://stackoverflow.com/election/6
The "Noteworthy Badges" section appears to have a bug on the wordpress.stackexchange Moderator Candidate Statistics page. It may effect other elections as well, but I am not sure.
Tom J. Nowell, Kaiser, and myself all have the "Strunk and White" badge but the badge is marked red on the elections page.
You should probably add more include patterns for the other stacks.
If you use:
// @match *://*.askubuntu.com/election*
// @match *://*.mathoverflow.net/election*
// @match *://*.serverfault.com/election*
// @match *://*.stackapps.com/election*
// @match *://*.stackexchange.com/election*...
Can the table be updated to show a cut-off line? Highlight the top 10 or put a (dotted?) line between the top 10 and the rest of the pack, to show who is going to go through without manually having to count.
Update: Fixed (GitHub pull request) and deployed. Thanks, Tim Stone!
The credits links point to 404 error pages:
They point to these 404 pages:
They should point to:
The site is down hard!
elections.stackexchange.com isn't loading on MSE
The GitHub issue
Site not found: elections.stackexchange.com
(in the title)
Couldn't find elections.stackexchange.com
The Q&A site elections....
Programmers has moved to Software Engineering.
The icon on the main page still uses https://cdn.sstatic.net/programmers/img/favicon.ico, but it should be https://cdn.sstatic.net/Sites/softwareengineering/img/favicon.ico. Since the old link no longer exists, we get "Programmers logo" instead.
Could you please also display the candidate score and add a Sort by: candidate score button?
You could receive the data e.g. from there: http://data.stackexchange.com/askubuntu/query/298418/candidate-score
Please support badges in other languages. In the recent election on Russian SO, it looks like nobody has any of the badges. However, that is not strictly true.
Indeed, they do not have the Deputy badge, but they do have the
Участковый badge, so Deputy should be marked.
Update the list of Noteworthy Badges so that it includes all the badges that the Candidate Score uses for tabulating the score. This will then make it easier to see the specific gaps in their badge earning, and therefore activity on the site.