On the privileges page for another user the reputation score is listed under your reputation, even though it's another user's score.

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Jeff's going to see this, click your link, and then tag this no-repro since he won't see anything wrong. –  Grace Note Oct 7 '10 at 15:43
    
I'm just waiting for Jeff to close this as [status-no-repro]... –  Pops Oct 7 '10 at 15:44
    
@Grace: ! (15 chars) –  Pops Oct 7 '10 at 15:44
    
We have a privilege page? –  TheLQ Oct 7 '10 at 17:06
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@TheLQ It's new –  Michael Mrozek Oct 7 '10 at 18:00
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Honestly, we don't really care about this case very much.

Why would you even need to view other people's privilege pages, again? What purpose does that serve? Where is this even linked that a user could find?

I view this as a URL-hacking developer function, so it's not exactly a high priority.

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Because changing Your to [usersname] is so difficult... –  TheLQ Oct 7 '10 at 17:07
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If this isn't linked anywhere then downvoting this is silly; I'd rate pluralization bugs above bugs on dev-only testing pages that aren't even linked from the main site –  Michael Mrozek Oct 7 '10 at 18:40
    
Changing it to "[UserName] Reputation" reads like being smashed upside the head @the –  random Oct 8 '10 at 3:41
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It would also be helpful to indicate when a user is a moderator (diamond):

http://stackoverflow.com/privileges/user/2

It's just a little weird that he has 875 yet all privileges. It would also be nice if there was a link to a user's profile. It could be something like:

Geoff Dalgas' ♦ Reputation:

875

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+1 - I was just about to post the exact same thing. –  Barry Oct 7 '10 at 16:15
    
-1: he ain't got user ID 2 for nothin'. Joel the Apostle is only 4! –  Geoffrey Zheng Oct 12 '10 at 2:05
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