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If I understand correctly, an Area51 proposal in the committment phase needs to have committed users with a certain total point value, based on their reputations on other trilogy sites. But is it only the amount of reputation a user has when committing that counts toward that total, or is it always the most current amount? In other words, say I committed to a particular proposal when I have 17.5k 9.6k rep on StackOverflow, but after a week, my SO reputation goes up to 18k 10.7k. Does that increase in reputation get reflected into the total point value needed to get the Area51 proposal out of the committment phase?

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Related: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/54616/… –  Grace Note Jun 24 '10 at 1:43

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Every time any user commits or un-commits, that proposal's commitment score is recalculated from scratch. So, yes -- the increase in your SO reputation is reflected by the commitment score (after someone commits or uncommits).

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In addition, it is calculated once per day, at midnight UTC I believe, so... –  PearsonArtPhoto May 17 '13 at 13:15

Quoting from this answer

  • A user with no reputation gets a score of 1
  • A user with 200 reputation on 1 site gets a score of 1.7
  • A user with 200 reputation on 3 sites gets a score of 3.1
  • A user with 10000 reputation on 1 site gets a score of 7.2
  • A user with 10000 reputation on 3 sites gets a score of 19.6 (these are extremely rare)

So, you won't have any difference for 17.5k to 18k up.

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Thanks, but that kind of sidesteps the point of my question... –  David Z Jun 24 '10 at 1:43
    
this reminds me of a joke I read the other day...stackoverflow.com/questions/234075/… –  Mark Elliot Jun 24 '10 at 2:11

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