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On Stack Exchange 2.0 meta site, where the users don't gain reputation (or that reputation is hidden), the user drop-down menu reports the number of votes received from the user, instead of showing the reputation.


Does the number of votes include the votes given on Community Wiki posts, or does it include only the votes that would give reputation?

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This question didn't really get enough attention. I might put up a bounty. – hexafraction Oct 4 '12 at 10:33

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