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I was trying some queries with the Stackexchange databrowser and there is one that shows you the total upvotes you have received for a tag.

For example for jQuery it tells me I have 254 upvotes. But on the jQuery tag-wiki page it says:

You were upvoted 426 times on non community-wiki answers with this tag.

I assume that this number is wrong and the one from the databrowser is correct as I don't have received a jQuery badge.

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Or maybe it is just me? ;) – Felix Aug 1 '10 at 20:28
Yes the datadump is one month old at the moment see: – waffles Aug 2 '10 at 0:18
@waffles: Oh I have not noticed it... then why haven't I received a jQuery badge yet? Could it be also be related to the fact that shows a total reputation of 23,252 for me (~70 less then it is shown in my profile)? Maybe it is just a little off? – Felix Aug 2 '10 at 1:02
not sure, that is possibly a bug. need to investigate – waffles Aug 2 '10 at 1:05
Felix, tag-badges are one of those that can be delayed afair - wait a bit for it. – Georg Fritzsche Aug 2 '10 at 5:00
@Georg Fritzsche: Ok. It is not that important for me... I was just wondering. Thank you! – Felix Aug 2 '10 at 8:47
up vote 2 down vote accepted

According to the data explorer, your reputation is 19,351. Since the last data dump was in July, i'm guessing the data used by it is simply out of date at the moment.

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Ok. So it seems that up-votes on the wiki page is at least more correct than those on odata (obviously ;)). Then the badge thing seems to be bug, but this was not the question here... thank you! – Felix Aug 2 '10 at 1:09

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