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I think John Skeet should be first here. Am I missing something

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closed as too localized by kiamlaluno, ChrisF, Sathya, Toon Krijthe, Rory Sep 6 '12 at 11:49

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Ordering on what base ? reputation ? daily visit ? no. questions attend ? – Lucifer Sep 6 '12 at 6:15
I don't understand. I only know that the week tab was selected – tunmise fasipe Sep 6 '12 at 6:19
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The actual order of users is cached, but the reputation displayed under their name is not. If Jon stays ahead of Silva, then the system will eventually update the list to reorder them. The list usually updates fairly quickly, but you can browse through the list and find quite a few places where there are users "out of order." In fact, this has already updated for me.

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This happens all the time; it'll update within minutes. – Martijn Pieters Sep 6 '12 at 6:33

There may be a chance that you are getting it from the browser cache. as I have tried the same way and I am getting it in a descending order of reputation.


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Yes, after like 7 mins it was correct. @animuson has already mentioned what happened – tunmise fasipe Sep 6 '12 at 9:01

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