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Is there a bug in the daily total for the new reputation tab -

e.g. this is mine currently shows 70... but should it be 90?

 70  Today
+20  33 secs ago  2 votes  c# Date component bug or am i missing something?
+20  1 hour ago   2 votes  how to code Windows phone 7 UI only programatically (in .cs file)without using designer
+10  18 mins ago  upvote   What is the equivalent of Delphi “ZeroMemory” in C#?
+10  1 hour ago   upvote   C# how to format a value taken from text box?
+10  1 hour ago   upvote   Generic interface in C#
+10  1 hour ago   upvote   Code that return True if only one or two of three params are true
+10  6 hours ago  upvote   Grid events - send data to user when he clicks the grid

Here's a second example: why does the day total not end in a 5?

Disclaimer - I've just looked through 5 "Related Questions" - but couldn't spot any reporting this bug - but I stopped after looking at 5!

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No repro, I see +30+20+10+10+10+10+10 = 100 for you right now. – badp Mar 18 '11 at 10:21
Those darned users with their upvoting. But I copied and pasted what it was showing. – Stuart Mar 18 '11 at 10:24
Another example live right now - I'm guessing there is just some timing issue between the total and itemised displays? – Stuart Mar 18 '11 at 12:49
I'm seeing 165 instead of 150. – Grace Note Mar 18 '11 at 13:02
up vote 3 down vote accepted

Having posted a couple of examples now - and seen the responses/comments a few minutes later - it looks like this is just a timing issue - the two displays are "eventually consistent".

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Heh, file another one under 'caching' :) – badp Mar 18 '11 at 13:06

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