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Are users' local time zones are considered when calculating whether or not to award them the woot!/Enthusiast badge? If not, then which time zone is used in the calculation?

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marked as duplicate by Pops, Lorem Ipsum, jonsca, Yi Jiang, Al E. Sep 29 '12 at 4:35

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This question pre-dates the quoted duplicate. "This question covers exactly the same content as earlier questions on this topic." The important word here is "earlier". Why wasn't the duplicate closed? – mR_fr0g Oct 1 '12 at 13:07

I find this particularly frustrating. My timezone is UTC+10, so if I visit the site in the morning, but the next day I only visit it in the evening, then a day goes missing from the statistics and thus the woot badge is not awarded - even though I visited the site each day (in my local day).

It's really a bit demoralising...

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Since all of SO is in UTC (daily reputation caps etc.), I suspect Enthusiast/Woot badge makes no difference and it is using UTC as well.

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"Enthusiast" :) – Sampson Jul 7 '09 at 10:24
    
@Jonathan: Thanks, corrected the brainfart :) – laalto Jul 7 '09 at 10:58

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