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. (Dead link removed)

The information presented is:

The nominees election

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.

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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While we wait for Yi to update his tool, you can already take a sneak preview:

Open Firebug or a smilar tool for live HTML editing.

Look for this line

<li data-sitename="Diy.Stack Exchange">

and replace it with

<li data-sitename="Security.Stack Exchange">

Then click on the Home Improvement button.

Displaying the correct site logo is left as an exercise to the reader...

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    ah - of course:-) – Rory Alsop Sep 14 '11 at 11:41
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    In chrome you can do this with the built in debug tools - CTRL+SHIFT+I lets you alter elements. Make the change as suggested above, then run audit present state. – Rory Alsop Sep 14 '11 at 14:02
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    you... you... hacker! you hacked the site!! – AviD Sep 14 '11 at 14:29
  • I had the same thought, @AviD - and what an appropriate demo to post on the security site :) – nealmcb Sep 14 '11 at 14:56

Good work folks.

If you're looking for a good resource to find out what the "Noteworthy Badges" mean, see

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