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List of Half-Bakers and Their Ideas

An organized list of the half-bakery account holders.
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The list would include the total scores and count of ideas, and the detail would just be a link to the current "account information" screen.
eagle, Jul 24 2000

oke? http://www.google.c...se+-expiry+-car&lr=
[postseti, Jul 10 2002]

hotmail and or yahoo mail http://www.google.c...om+@hotmail.com&lr=
[postseti, Jul 10 2002]

Noddy had one idea, bless him http://www.halfbake...a/universal_20alert
Steve you continue to amaze me.... [po, Jul 10 2002]

list of *some* prolific HB users http://www.halfbake...20ideas?op=editview
A view of users and the number of ideas they have posted. sorry if I've missed anyone [xaviergisz, Feb 15 2010]


       People are obsessed enough with the voting thing as is, even without seeing their names publicly ranked.
jutta, Jul 24 2000

       I agree -- Maybe just have a count of how many ideas have been submitted by each account-holder.   

       I guess that competition for "I've got the most croissants!!" is not the best breeding ground for original ideas.
eagle, Jul 24 2000

       I'd like to see people ranked by "grumpiness index": the ratio of negative to positive votes they've given (not received!).
egnor, Jul 24 2000

       I agree with jutta. Ideas "occur to" me, rather than "I have" ideas. They're often directly inspired by others' ideas. So less focus on personality is good; it's best when the ideas are on the stage. It might even be better if my list of ideas (on the user page) was only available to me.
syost, Jul 25 2000

       Jutta: why do people get obsessed with the voting system? I think the voting system is a great idea, but if one gets a fishbone, does this mean the idea is very half-baked, or plain boring?
ccaamgw, Jul 25 2000

       I don't know any of this, and don't think I'm supposed to.
jutta, Jul 25 2000

       Howabout a slight alteration, then? I know that you can get a list of everything a person has authored by clicking their name, how about a "by author" choice under Idea - next to "by name". More work for jutta, I know...   

       (BTW, why do we really bother voting on HB-directed ideas? It's _her_ site. No matter what the voting says, it's up to our illustrious webmistress to implement the stuff on her miniscule free time.)
bear, Jul 28 2000

       Dunno about anyone else, but there's certainly only three of me.
Lemon, Aug 14 2000

       Us too.
hippo, Aug 14 2000

       There is only one of me.
blahginger, Aug 14 2000

       There is only one of me too.
blahginger, Aug 14 2000

       A halfbakery list: User, website, email address, date account created.
Same thing we'd find on an individuals full profile, minus halfbakery submissions and their respective vote status. I believe it would/could/should be necessarry to have a member logged in to be able to view the list, let alone contact as preventative measure against unwarranted intrusion.
thumbwax, Feb 17 2001

       To help myself out with song-writing, I've maintained a partial list of just usernames as I come across new ones. I probably will never get a full user account list, but that's okay.
RayfordSteele, Jul 09 2002

       That sounds like a challenge, Steve...   

       Heave a Proof, weave a spoof, grieve a goof, leave aloof...
RayfordSteele, Jul 09 2002

       postseti: full marks for creative use of search engines.
DrCurry, Jul 10 2002

       even if it is in dutch...
[ sctld ], Jul 10 2002

       I’ll share with you
The awful truth.
Behind the mask
Of Steve deGroof,
A monster lurks,
I have the proof!

I saw him lope
Across the roof
In ape-like style,
‘twas so uncouth.
As moonlight shone
from canine tooth.

Let’s stop this fiend!
Don’t stay aloof!
We’ll hunt him down,
This Steve deGroof.
Don’t worry folks,
It’s just a spoof!
DrBob, Jul 10 2002

Now try [ sctld ].
angel, Jul 10 2002

       Eagle says that 'competition for "I've got the most croissants!!" is not the best breeding ground for original ideas'. I agree.... the number of fishbones is a better marker, since original ideas are so often initially rejected.
pfperry, Jul 10 2002

       A rhyme for [ sctld ]?
It's hard to crack it.
Unless you pronounce
That last square brackett.
DrBob, Jul 10 2002

       Sorry, the brackets are silent, like the 'p' in 'sea'
[ sctld ], Jul 10 2002

       bottled, mottled, wattled...
DrCurry, Jul 10 2002

       Dodgy pronounciation there DrCurry.
[ sctld ], Jul 10 2002

       befuddled, huddled, muddled...
RayfordSteele, Jul 10 2002

       Just pronounced the same as 'scuttled'.
[ sctld ], Jul 10 2002

       buttled, muttled, wuttled...
DrCurry, Jul 10 2002

       Yes. But sctld (without brckets) needs to be reffered to as sctldave.
[ sctld ], Jul 10 2002

       SDG: Wow, that takes forever to load. The database must be buzzing like crazy to get those stats. I hope jutta's implemented some way of buffering/caching commonly-made searches.
pottedstu, Jul 11 2002

       Steve's second link crashed my browser twice. I didn't dare try it at third time.

[later] Tried it the third time from home. I'd just like to second 'stu's Wow!
DrBob, Jul 11 2002


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