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Reputation display bug… Again

On my Stack Overflow profile page, the rep for my account on says 1. My actual rep however is 101, and when I look at my profile-page on Photography it says 101 (see images).

As seen on Stack Overflow As seen on Stack Overflow

As seen on Photography As seen on Photography

The account was created a couple of weeks ago, and I have had the rep since then, so I guess it isn't a cache-issue.

Not that it really matter, but does anyone know why this is?

Update: The same incorrect info is shown on the profile on both Meta and User Experience as well.

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marked as duplicate by Nick Craver Sep 28 '12 at 6:53

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Same here. That's very weird. Can one of the mods do a whatever-you-call-it on the page? – Anish Gupta May 1 '12 at 16:43
We mods can do a "whatever-you-call-it" anywhere we want to. – Cody Gray May 2 '12 at 1:14
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I thought there was a bug report about this somewhere but I can't find it. Sometimes accounts with only an account association bonus take a lot longer to update. When I registered to Ask Ubuntu and never did anything there, it took around 2 weeks for it to update to 101 in the accounts list. It's currently updated on your network profile, however.

Anyways, the accounts section of the profile is cached, unless you're on the site where you actually have that reputation; then it shows your current reputation on that site. That account will eventually update, but I can't say how long that will be. Usually if you actually do something on the site (reputation related), it will update faster.

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