I've posted this same question on the meta of all the other sites undergoing elections, so just in case you've missed it I'm adding it here.

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

  • This makes me tempted to nominate myself, just so I can see the statistics on myself... – PearsonArtPhoto Feb 7 '11 at 23:23
  • @Pearsonartphoto - I had that thought on Stack Overflow, but by that time there were 30+ candidates and I didn't really want the job anyway. – ChrisF Feb 7 '11 at 23:25
  • @Pearsonartphoto, @ChrisF, as of yesterday you can add any users you like to the statistics. And as of a few days ago, you can choose other badges too. Note also that a lot of the numbers shown have extra statistics if you roll over them. – Benjol Feb 11 '11 at 14:28

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