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I received the following email from StackExchange:

Hello,

Congratulations -- you are one of the top new Programming Puzzles & Code Golf - Stack Exchange users for the week of May 28 2012!

http://stackexchange.com/leagues/week/codegolf/2012-05-28

It's users like you who make the Programming Puzzles & Code Golf - Stack Exchange community worth visiting in the first place.

I clicked the link and found that I was not mentioned at all there. Eventually I clicked next week and found my name there.

I checked this question, but it is marked as resolved and the problem I get is slightly different to the one described there:

Just like the poster of that question, I would expect that clicking the link in the email would take me to a page where my name is mentioned.

Perhaps fixing that old bug introduced a new bug?

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I see you has #13 on the page you linked to -- were you not there before? – Emmett Jun 5 '12 at 16:43
    
No, I don't think I was there before. I used Ctrl+F to search for "Mark" and it didn't match at all. I don't know why I'm there now. – Mark Byers Jun 6 '12 at 0:06

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