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I just noticed that the accept rate of me and another user with > 5k rep is not shown anymore, although there exist enough questions (> 4 with an answer).
Why?

UPDATE:
It looks like acceptance rate for all users is missing. Example: database structure for google plus circles?

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Well spotted; it seems to be generic. –  Jonathan Leffler Sep 14 '11 at 6:06
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If by design, I applaud this change. So sick of all those "your accept rate sux" comments. –  Michael Petrotta Sep 14 '11 at 6:07
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@Michael: I somewhat agree. However, a lot of users with low accept rate honestly don't know that they should accept answers. I always post a comment that links to the FAQ about this topic, so they can learn, what everyone is bitching about. Most of the time, they improve their accept rate in minutes. I agree, that simply punishing them - maybe even with downvotes - is bad behavior. –  Daniel Hilgarth Sep 14 '11 at 6:10
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I have this fixed, will be deployed soon –  waffles Sep 14 '11 at 6:44
    
It's working again. Thanks! :-) –  Daniel Hilgarth Sep 14 '11 at 9:29
    
@Jeff: I don't want to restart this discussion, but (1) how this bug report got handled is the way I like bug reports to be handled and (2) now that the bug is resolved and everyone is happy again, the bug report could be indeed deleted, to make your history clean again :-) –  Daniel Hilgarth Sep 14 '11 at 10:25
    
the difference is that this one went on for more than 15 minutes max and was an actual bug not a deployment artifact specific to certain webservers.. –  Jeff Atwood Sep 14 '11 at 10:29
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@Jeff: OK. However, please remember, that this is impossible for outsiders to know :-) –  Daniel Hilgarth Sep 14 '11 at 10:32
    
ALSO - I noticed this today, until I realized the rates I were seeing were for new users asking their very first question. (Not necessarily your exact problem but for anyone who might be wondering the same) –  Steve Jobs Sep 22 '11 at 21:44

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up vote 5 down vote accepted

This issue appears to have been resolved.

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+1 It does appear that what you say has happened. –  Kalamane Jul 30 '12 at 19:41

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