Since you've used up your daily votes, First Posts and Late Answer queues are hidden from you
Because one of the key actions for the First Posts and Late Answer queues is to vote on them (in addition to whatever other actions are appropriate), those queues are apparently hidden when you've exhausted your daily votes. And there's apparently no message on the ...
We did some testing and it appears that the issue was on comment limits. Election nominations only show up to 15 comments before expansion. However! There's no button to expand comments!
Posting a new comment auto-expands which is why people could see things only when commenting.
As a bandaid, we've increased the comment limit to 40 for now, but we're ...
This issue is happening because you typed out "age of" and then clicked "age-of-empires-2" from the suggestion drop down that shows up. When you do that it adds "age-of-empires-2", but it doesn't remove the "age of" tags that you included. I'm assuming this is expected behaviour, since it lets you add multiple tags at once. In order to avoid this issue, ...
My fault. Isn't it always? We had a problem with badges failing to award last night, so I added some extra logging to capture more info when it stumbled. In the process I accidentally broke something such that it appeared to work, but really didn't actually do anything. Deploying the fix now. Sorry folks.
Using the information I could gather, I found the post in the first screenshot was this one, which is your own. You can cast close votes on your own posts starting at 250 reputation (and you can delete your own posts that meet certain criteria, which is why delete is visible too).
Casting close votes on other questions requires 3,000 reputation.
It's perfectly normal. The first result is the answer to the question, which is the second result. (See the "A:" and "Q:" prefixes.) If you only want to see one, not the other, use is:answer or is:question in the search.
Are you sure you've never seen that question before? If it wasn't you, who wrote this question? ;)
In the following screenshot, the first link is the question you've "never seen before":
It looks like you just forgot that you shared it. You can search a site for a part of a url with e.g. url:54525/145980
This is due to incorrect rounding. It has been partially fixed, but only for years: Post was closed before it even existed is status-completed.
I think your particular case might be the same as this meta SE bug report:
Inconsistent rounding of "months ago" which is currently status-deferred - according to JNat♦ (Community Manager at SE) there are ...
I outlines why we don't support this in a blog post here:
Stack Overflow: The road to SSL
If we do end up going full SSL, the domains will move to *.meta.stackexchange.com, which we can secure easily as we add sites. We don't have definite plans on this yet. We will be working on it in 2014 as we investigate the best way to make our sites faster all ...
With Stack Exchange's move to a standardized site design, this issue has been solved (albeit inadvertently). The 'Ask Question' button has been moved:
and the mothership now aligns properly:
Don't mind the horrible cropping on my part - the button and mothership ARE actually aligned. :)
This is not a bug. Retrosaur normally has tens of thousands of reputation points and earned those badges through normal use of the site. Right now this user is on a temporary suspension, so the rep was temporarily set to 1 by the system. You can see the suspension info by clicking on the user's profile page.
This account is temporarily suspended to cool ...
Excavator requires you edit someone else's post, not your own:
Self-edits do not count for the Excavator or Archaeologist badges. It must be an edit on another owner's (or anonymous/deleted user's) content.
We don't want to encourage self-bumping of content in an attempt to get votes by bumping it on the front page for the sake of doing so...it's meant to ...
There is probably a small timing difference when an account is scheduled for deletion, vs when the script that processes deleted accounts actually runs.
It seems to have run now, in any case.
This is fixed now. There are a couple of things going on when we decide to limit the number of comments shown. We have a site setting that sets a fixed limit, which is the limit @GraceNote was referring to in his answer. However, that limit interacts with another thing we do, which is do a rollup of "top comments" because we don't want one of our blessed ...
Looking around, this Meta Stack Exchange answer indicates that this can happen when the review loads, and then the post is deleted. The review UI doesn't know about the deletion, so it doesn't tell you about it, but when you load the Flag Dialog, it contacts the server, which already knows that only the Other option is valid now.
Gonna guess those are Gravatar images? Sounds like something's down somewhere between you and Gravatar. We've had a couple reports to that effect earlier this week, but unfortunately there's not much we can do.
Indeed, there're only seven days in a typical week, you aren't mistaken.
The skipped review tasks don't count either (so weird it would be otherwise). The review audits do count towards daily reviewing limits and towards the badge.
Most possibly, the reason is the ambiguous terminology regarding time spans. As you may know, Stack Exchange considers an ...