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I was looking at the reputation on this account, and noticed that, while the page shows changes on the reputation, it doesn't give any detail about the reputation change.


For example, on April 28, 2011, the reputation increased by 5, but the note is saying the reputation didn't change. Why does this happen?

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Equally interesting is the fact that the same ummm user only has a total of 93 reputation points at present, whereas, based on the sum from your screenshot, that number should total 137 reputation points. – Ellie Kesselman Apr 27 '12 at 18:38
You will find evidence of an active user upon perusing… and more important, and relevant… Note that the latter is also extremely funny. It provides revealing insights into the sort of um crud that sometimes gets submitted to EL&U, which aforementioned user has confronted. – Ellie Kesselman Apr 27 '12 at 18:46
Clearly that user is engaging in fraudulent activity and should be banned. – Some Helpful Commenter Apr 27 '12 at 18:47
That's pretty odd. I wonder if this is somehow related to the fact that we cannot see reputation removed due to deleted posts, but that reputation is not lost if it was 60 days old with at least a score of 3 when it was deleted. – jadarnel27 Apr 27 '12 at 18:47
up vote 6 down vote accepted

This is indeed a bug around posts that satisfy the lived > 60 days and score >= 3 condition (a simple Posts.DeletionDate Is Not Null no longer suffices).

It should be resolved in the next build.

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