10 That reflects what I meant with showing the flair.
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And just for the fun of it ;)

Notes:

I nominate myself. I am active in beta, answering and asking questions as well as tag edits, all in order to get the site ready for public beta. I have contacted CS teachers that I know, and they have agreed to join (though they haven't joined yet due to other issues). In half a week a seemingly endless (more than 2 years) period in which I can give this site all the time needed. I will continue to promote this site to as many teachers and mentors as I can. I am trying to expose mentors and teachers of teams in FIRST's (for more information on what that is, see the related tag on the site ;)) to this site, bringing more askers and experts in the fields of both robotics and pedagogy.

My view is that posts on the site and meta should be in a civilized and focused air. Chosen or otherwise, I will increase the amount of time I put into this site; asking more questions and answering more, to broaden our site just a bit (while keeping it on topic) so as to bring more people here. I would like nothing better than to see this site succeed. For me, the review queue is an enjoyable task (it really is), so I check it regularly.

My programming and CS experience stretches over 4-5 years (from Scratch to java and matlab and much more) during which I have learned that it is far better to listen to others and do my best to see things from their point of view. And again, because FIRST has been so influential for me, I try to uphold Gracious Professionalism in all aspects of life.

I live in Israel, which means my time is 7 hours ahead of Washington DC. (+3 GMT). But I am active most of the day and the chat and the "recently active questions" tabs are constantly open. I am active 4 am to 7 pm UTC time (At least that's what google says), but in truth I stretch those bounds quite too often.

PS. I'm also active on StackOverflow:

And just for the fun of it ;)

Notes:

I nominate myself. I am active in beta, answering and asking questions as well as tag edits, all in order to get the site ready for public beta. I have contacted CS teachers that I know, and they have agreed to join (though they haven't joined yet due to other issues). In half a week a seemingly endless (more than 2 years) period in which I can give this site all the time needed. I will continue to promote this site to as many teachers and mentors as I can. I am trying to expose mentors and teachers of teams in FIRST's (for more information on what that is, see the related tag on the site ;)) to this site, bringing more askers and experts in the fields of both robotics and pedagogy.

My view is that posts on the site and meta should be in a civilized and focused air. Chosen or otherwise, I will increase the amount of time I put into this site; asking more questions and answering more, to broaden our site just a bit (while keeping it on topic) so as to bring more people here. I would like nothing better than to see this site succeed. For me, the review queue is an enjoyable task (it really is), so I check it regularly.

My programming and CS experience stretches over 4-5 years (from Scratch to java and matlab and much more) during which I have learned that it is far better to listen to others and do my best to see things from their point of view. And again, because FIRST has been so influential for me, I try to uphold Gracious Professionalism in all aspects of life.

I live in Israel, which means my time is 7 hours ahead of Washington DC. (+3 GMT). But I am active most of the day and the chat and the "recently active questions" tabs are constantly open. I am active 4 am to 7 pm UTC time (At least that's what google says), but in truth I stretch those bounds quite too often.

Notes:

I nominate myself. I am active in beta, answering and asking questions as well as tag edits, all in order to get the site ready for public beta. I have contacted CS teachers that I know, and they have agreed to join (though they haven't joined yet due to other issues). In half a week a seemingly endless (more than 2 years) period in which I can give this site all the time needed. I will continue to promote this site to as many teachers and mentors as I can. I am trying to expose mentors and teachers of teams in FIRST's (for more information on what that is, see the related tag on the site ;)) to this site, bringing more askers and experts in the fields of both robotics and pedagogy.

My view is that posts on the site and meta should be in a civilized and focused air. Chosen or otherwise, I will increase the amount of time I put into this site; asking more questions and answering more, to broaden our site just a bit (while keeping it on topic) so as to bring more people here. I would like nothing better than to see this site succeed. For me, the review queue is an enjoyable task (it really is), so I check it regularly.

My programming and CS experience stretches over 4-5 years (from Scratch to java and matlab and much more) during which I have learned that it is far better to listen to others and do my best to see things from their point of view. And again, because FIRST has been so influential for me, I try to uphold Gracious Professionalism in all aspects of life.

I live in Israel, which means my time is 7 hours ahead of Washington DC. (+3 GMT). But I am active most of the day and the chat and the "recently active questions" tabs are constantly open. I am active 4 am to 7 pm UTC time (At least that's what google says), but in truth I stretch those bounds quite too often.

PS. I'm also active on StackOverflow:

9 Rollback to Revision 7
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And just for the fun of it ;)

Notes:

I nominate myself. I am active in beta, answering and asking questions as well as tag edits, all in order to get the site ready for public beta. I have contacted CS teachers that I know, and they have agreed to join (though they haven't joined yet due to other issues). In half a week a seemingly endless (more than 2 years) period in which I can give this site all the time needed. I will continue to promote this site to as many teachers and mentors as I can. I am trying to expose mentors and teachers of teams in FIRST's (for more information on what that is, see the related tag on the site ;)) to this site, bringing more askers and experts in the fields of both robotics and pedagogy.

My view is that posts on the site and meta should be in a civilized and focused air. Chosen or otherwise, I will increase the amount of time I put into this site; asking more questions and answering more, to broaden our site just a bit (while keeping it on topic) so as to bring more people here. I would like nothing better than to see this site succeed. For me, the review queue is an enjoyable task (it really is), so I check it regularly.

My programming and CS experience stretches over 4-5 years (from Scratch to java and matlab and much more) during which I have learned that it is far better to listen to others and do my best to see things from their point of view. And again, because FIRST has been so influential for me, I try to uphold Gracious Professionalism in all aspects of life.

I live in Israel, which means my time is 7 hours ahead of Washington DC. (+3 GMT). But I am active most of the day and the chat and the "recently active questions" tabs are constantly open. I am active 4 am to 7 pm UTC time (At least that's what google says), but in truth I stretch those bounds quite too often.

Notes:

I nominate myself. I am active in beta, answering and asking questions as well as tag edits, all in order to get the site ready for public beta. I have contacted CS teachers that I know, and they have agreed to join (though they haven't joined yet due to other issues). In half a week a seemingly endless (more than 2 years) period in which I can give this site all the time needed. I will continue to promote this site to as many teachers and mentors as I can. I am trying to expose mentors and teachers of teams in FIRST's (for more information on what that is, see the related tag on the site ;)) to this site, bringing more askers and experts in the fields of both robotics and pedagogy.

My view is that posts on the site and meta should be in a civilized and focused air. Chosen or otherwise, I will increase the amount of time I put into this site; asking more questions and answering more, to broaden our site just a bit (while keeping it on topic) so as to bring more people here. I would like nothing better than to see this site succeed. For me, the review queue is an enjoyable task (it really is), so I check it regularly.

My programming and CS experience stretches over 4-5 years (from Scratch to java and matlab and much more) during which I have learned that it is far better to listen to others and do my best to see things from their point of view. And again, because FIRST has been so influential for me, I try to uphold Gracious Professionalism in all aspects of life.

I live in Israel, which means my time is 7 hours ahead of Washington DC. (+3 GMT). But I am active most of the day and the chat and the "recently active questions" tabs are constantly open. I am active 4 am to 7 pm UTC time (At least that's what google says), but in truth I stretch those bounds quite too often.

And just for the fun of it ;)

Notes:

I nominate myself. I am active in beta, answering and asking questions as well as tag edits, all in order to get the site ready for public beta. I have contacted CS teachers that I know, and they have agreed to join (though they haven't joined yet due to other issues). In half a week a seemingly endless (more than 2 years) period in which I can give this site all the time needed. I will continue to promote this site to as many teachers and mentors as I can. I am trying to expose mentors and teachers of teams in FIRST's (for more information on what that is, see the related tag on the site ;)) to this site, bringing more askers and experts in the fields of both robotics and pedagogy.

My view is that posts on the site and meta should be in a civilized and focused air. Chosen or otherwise, I will increase the amount of time I put into this site; asking more questions and answering more, to broaden our site just a bit (while keeping it on topic) so as to bring more people here. I would like nothing better than to see this site succeed. For me, the review queue is an enjoyable task (it really is), so I check it regularly.

My programming and CS experience stretches over 4-5 years (from Scratch to java and matlab and much more) during which I have learned that it is far better to listen to others and do my best to see things from their point of view. And again, because FIRST has been so influential for me, I try to uphold Gracious Professionalism in all aspects of life.

I live in Israel, which means my time is 7 hours ahead of Washington DC. (+3 GMT). But I am active most of the day and the chat and the "recently active questions" tabs are constantly open. I am active 4 am to 7 pm UTC time (At least that's what google says), but in truth I stretch those bounds quite too often.

8 StackOverflow reputation isn't necessary here.
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And just for the fun of it ;)

Notes:

I nominate myself. I am active in beta, answering and asking questions as well as tag edits, all in order to get the site ready for public beta. I have contacted CS teachers that I know, and they have agreed to join (though they haven't joined yet due to other issues). In half a week a seemingly endless (more than 2 years) period in which I can give this site all the time needed. I will continue to promote this site to as many teachers and mentors as I can. I am trying to expose mentors and teachers of teams in FIRST's (for more information on what that is, see the related tag on the site ;)) to this site, bringing more askers and experts in the fields of both robotics and pedagogy.

My view is that posts on the site and meta should be in a civilized and focused air. Chosen or otherwise, I will increase the amount of time I put into this site; asking more questions and answering more, to broaden our site just a bit (while keeping it on topic) so as to bring more people here. I would like nothing better than to see this site succeed. For me, the review queue is an enjoyable task (it really is), so I check it regularly.

My programming and CS experience stretches over 4-5 years (from Scratch to java and matlab and much more) during which I have learned that it is far better to listen to others and do my best to see things from their point of view. And again, because FIRST has been so influential for me, I try to uphold Gracious Professionalism in all aspects of life.

I live in Israel, which means my time is 7 hours ahead of Washington DC. (+3 GMT). But I am active most of the day and the chat and the "recently active questions" tabs are constantly open. I am active 4 am to 7 pm UTC time (At least that's what google says), but in truth I stretch those bounds quite too often.

And just for the fun of it ;)

Notes:

I nominate myself. I am active in beta, answering and asking questions as well as tag edits, all in order to get the site ready for public beta. I have contacted CS teachers that I know, and they have agreed to join (though they haven't joined yet due to other issues). In half a week a seemingly endless (more than 2 years) period in which I can give this site all the time needed. I will continue to promote this site to as many teachers and mentors as I can. I am trying to expose mentors and teachers of teams in FIRST's (for more information on what that is, see the related tag on the site ;)) to this site, bringing more askers and experts in the fields of both robotics and pedagogy.

My view is that posts on the site and meta should be in a civilized and focused air. Chosen or otherwise, I will increase the amount of time I put into this site; asking more questions and answering more, to broaden our site just a bit (while keeping it on topic) so as to bring more people here. I would like nothing better than to see this site succeed. For me, the review queue is an enjoyable task (it really is), so I check it regularly.

My programming and CS experience stretches over 4-5 years (from Scratch to java and matlab and much more) during which I have learned that it is far better to listen to others and do my best to see things from their point of view. And again, because FIRST has been so influential for me, I try to uphold Gracious Professionalism in all aspects of life.

I live in Israel, which means my time is 7 hours ahead of Washington DC. (+3 GMT). But I am active most of the day and the chat and the "recently active questions" tabs are constantly open. I am active 4 am to 7 pm UTC time (At least that's what google says), but in truth I stretch those bounds quite too often.

Notes:

I nominate myself. I am active in beta, answering and asking questions as well as tag edits, all in order to get the site ready for public beta. I have contacted CS teachers that I know, and they have agreed to join (though they haven't joined yet due to other issues). In half a week a seemingly endless (more than 2 years) period in which I can give this site all the time needed. I will continue to promote this site to as many teachers and mentors as I can. I am trying to expose mentors and teachers of teams in FIRST's (for more information on what that is, see the related tag on the site ;)) to this site, bringing more askers and experts in the fields of both robotics and pedagogy.

My view is that posts on the site and meta should be in a civilized and focused air. Chosen or otherwise, I will increase the amount of time I put into this site; asking more questions and answering more, to broaden our site just a bit (while keeping it on topic) so as to bring more people here. I would like nothing better than to see this site succeed. For me, the review queue is an enjoyable task (it really is), so I check it regularly.

My programming and CS experience stretches over 4-5 years (from Scratch to java and matlab and much more) during which I have learned that it is far better to listen to others and do my best to see things from their point of view. And again, because FIRST has been so influential for me, I try to uphold Gracious Professionalism in all aspects of life.

I live in Israel, which means my time is 7 hours ahead of Washington DC. (+3 GMT). But I am active most of the day and the chat and the "recently active questions" tabs are constantly open. I am active 4 am to 7 pm UTC time (At least that's what google says), but in truth I stretch those bounds quite too often.

7 minor update. Now I see whenever there's a change in any question, as well as new questions.
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