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In the top-user page by tag we can see

Only non community-wiki questions and answers are included in these totals (updated daily)

But we don't know when. 1 hour ago or 23 hours ago. It could be interesting to have this information on this page. The hour when it was generated or the time between the generation was..

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From my experience and observation, the top user list is generated around midnight UTC. A timestamp would be nice, or just an update to the text like (updated daily around midnight UTC).

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yes, I suppose the same time, but can't be sure. Add this simple text can be useful and not really hard to do. – shingara Oct 29 '10 at 10:17

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