Recently @joshmax asked in chat if he could use SE flair on blog posts, instead of just DIY flair.

So what do you guys think? Should we only use DIY flair, or is SE flair acceptable as well?


For example:

This is what we use now

profile for Tester101 at Home Improvement, Q&A for contractors and serious DIYers

Notice it only includes your stats for DIY.SE, and links back to the DIY.se user page.

This is what @joshmax wants to use

profile for Tester101 on Stack Exchange, a network of free, community-driven Q&A sites http://stackexchange.com/users/flair/17329.png

Which includes stats from all Stack Exchange sites, and links back to the Stack Exchange user page.

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    It's not necessarily that I want to use it, but I do think it looks more "legitimate" (or "full"), if that makes any sense? :P Just sort of shows we're very active all across SE (at least for those who are on several SE sites it would).
    – joshmax
    Apr 12, 2012 at 20:16

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Do you mean the flair with the combined icons on it (for each site where you have more than 200 reputation)? I would be good with that one. I am assuming DIY would be included there as a user with 200 or more rep.

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