Yi Jiang has put together a nice site that use the Stack Overflow API to display information on the moderator candidates.

Click here to see all the information.

The information presented is:

What the candidate wrote when nominating themselves.

  • Answers/Questions on the main site and it's meta
  • Up-vote/down-vote ratio
  • Average reputation earned per post
  • Average reputation earned per day.
  • Participation in other Stack Exchange sites.

It displays what Yi Jiang considers to be noteworthy badges and whether the nominee has the badge and a summary of their recent activity.

The information is presented as is with no commentary.

It came about from this question on MSO Moderator nomination possibly useful statistics


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Wow, that's really neat! Kudos to Yi Jiang.

Could there be the badge descriptions on the page as well? I mean, the names aren't as cryptic as something like an Xbox Live Achievement, but I still had to go and look to see what 'Sportsmanship' was.

And could there be a possibility for it to be linked to the election page?

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    \$\begingroup\$ Your first concern has been updated - hovering over the badges will now produce a tooltip that explains what the badge is. \$\endgroup\$ – Grace Note Jan 31 '11 at 22:08

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