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The problem with this isn't so much the security (though that's a concern), it's that we don't want the backwards compatibility constraints such blessed installations imply on our HTML and javascript. As such we're unlikely to ever do something like this, so I'm status-declined-ing it.


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This is by design, for reasons of technical limitations. Unfortunately, we don't have easy access to display names at a "network level". What's available (and what's backing the API) is very normalized, often somewhat delayed, data. As a rule, only very small bits of data are pulled into global tables; as it all has to reside in a single database. ...


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