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Bitcoin SE opened for private beta about 10 days ago. When I look at the top users page, I see different values for my rep:

  • week - 543
  • month (default) - 860
  • quarter - 1,173
  • year - 1,173
  • all - 1,274
  • on my user page, I see 1,274.

Are you eventually consistent? Is this a bug or by design? Do upvotes on my Area51 on/off topic questions count towards my rep?

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I think you've hit the exact border there. Maybe the quarter doesn't start on Sept 1st, but on August 31st or so. – Time Traveling Bobby Sep 8 '11 at 10:39
@Straitjacket: But year should be, well, this year, shouldn't it? That's the one I find most stiking. – Hendrik Vogt Sep 8 '11 at 10:43
Have you check your real rep at and maybe done a recalc, in case something there is throwing it off. – DMA57361 Sep 8 '11 at 10:49
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The values seem correct to me. Presumably you've gained 543 reputation since the beginning of Sunday, UTC, and 860 reputation since the beginning of last Thursday.

As for the quarter/yearly values:

1274 = 1173 (rep gained) + 1 (default rep) + 100 (association bonus)

The all tab is a bit different in this regard, since unlike the other tabs it shows total reputation, not just gained reputation (where "gained reputation" is reputation not given by default / through system bonuses).

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Smack! The old 101 error ... – Hendrik Vogt Sep 8 '11 at 11:06

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