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On my "Bounties Earned" page, one of them is a bounty that I'm listed as earning 0 points on being awarded, "Can I use Google Analytics to sort out the statistics of my iOS app?"

Except, I was the one who offered the bounty, so I couldn't have awarded it to myself, and certainly could not have been awarded 0 points.

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(But, I did end up being the accepted answer; that could be a factor here, too).

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You "earned" it because you had the highest-voted answer when it expired. But you got 0 points from it because you cannot award a bounty to yourself.

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Ahhh. Thanks. That sort of makes sense. – Yahel Aug 16 '11 at 11:51

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