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I've not been posting on SO recently as I've been focusing on various StackExchange sites including my own, but I've been regularly checking in to see how my reputation is ticking along.

I just checked the maven-2 stats page and my recent reputation and realised I've had around 16 upvotes for maven-2 since Jan 1st, but am not in the "Last 30 days" list. I guess this is because I've made 0 answers.

I'm not even sure I'd call this a bug as I haven't posted any answers in the last 30 days, just thought it might be of interest. Or not.

As requested, here are a few maven-2 answers I've had upvoted in the last week or two. I can add more if needed.

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Sounds like a bug to me. Can you provide a link to one or two answers that have received recent upvotes, so that those with magical ninja DB access powers can look into what happened? – Ether Jan 15 '10 at 23:17
@Æther, examples added – Rich Seller Jan 15 '10 at 23:30

How is this a bug? If the answers weren't provided in the last 30 days, they're not eligible for the "last 30 days" part of that statistics page...

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Technically, it is the number of 'Answers' you have provided in the past 30 days . Not just the number of 'Upvotes' you have. Not sure how this is a bug either. – Tyler Carter Jan 16 '10 at 5:04
Interesting, I always interpreted the 30 days time period to be when the upvote had to have been received, not the time when the post was originally made. – Ether Jan 16 '10 at 7:15
I didn't say it was a bug, the bug tag was edited in. However if I post a single answer that gets no upvotes I suspect I'll suddenly be second in the list anyway due to my 16 votes. So there is some inconsistency. – Rich Seller Jan 16 '10 at 10:09

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