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I thought the global reputation graph should include those sites on which I have at least 200 rep but I haven't found an authoritative source for that, and that's not what I'm experiencing now.

At of the end of July 22nd my reputation on Apple.SO and Programmers.SO was over 200, higher than my score on Super User. It's been over a week and the graph still doesn't include them, even though the scores listed for the sites it does include have been kept up-to-date.

I thought this was a misunderstanding or bug just with the reputation graph. I just realized that the other sites are also missing from my global flair image, so I guess the bug is a bit more general than that.


global flair screenshot, showing only SO, mSO and SU enter image description here a screenshot of my reputation scores, showing Apple and Programmers above SU


Has anyone else passed 200 reputation and had the site show up for them within the last week? If so, the issue might be specific to my account, and I might poke someone to have them take a look at it.

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On my graph, the cutoff is between 195 (not shown) and 206 (shown). The last time a site crossed the 200 mark was Jul 10, and that site is shown. –  Gilles Jul 24 '11 at 1:21
    
@Jeremy Have you tried running the rep recalc at site.com/reputation? Perhaps you have some deleted answers/questions and lost rep from that is not being calculated... –  Lorem Ipsum Jul 27 '11 at 6:10
    
@yoda I just ran a recalc on all of the accounts mentioned in the post. None changed significantly. –  Jeremy Banks Jul 27 '11 at 6:13
    
hmm... then perhaps it's a glitch specific to your graph. Hopefully a dev will comeby and fix it –  Lorem Ipsum Jul 27 '11 at 6:16
    
I'm disassociating and resassociating these accounts now. –  Jeremy Banks Jul 27 '11 at 6:39
    
It had no effect. –  Jeremy Banks Jul 27 '11 at 6:57
    
I started looking into this last week, but need someone else on the team to look into it too. I'll make sure to raise this tomorrow. –  Rebecca Chernoff Jul 31 '11 at 21:48
    
@Rebecca Thank you :) –  Jeremy Banks Jul 31 '11 at 21:57
    
Sorry I forgot to try and get it figured out before the weekend, it slipped my mind after I got as far as I could. ): –  Rebecca Chernoff Jul 31 '11 at 22:13

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Your reputation graph is fixed now, and your network flair will look fixed as well in a day or so (it's cached for 24 hours).

The bug that affected your Programmers and Apple accounts also affected ~50 other accounts that crossed the 200-rep threshold on July 22. On that day, a glitch in one of our scheduled tasks caused duplicate user records to be inserted into the stackexchange.com database. The incomplete reputation graphs and network flair were a result of our code failing to handle the duplicates.

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Stupid question, but... did you by accident or otherwise click on the chart legend and disable some of your graphs?

As you can see in the screenshot below for my reputation chart, I have Stack Overflow line disabled, so only the top 4 sites now show up in the chart:

enter image description here

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Nope, they aren't available to unselect. –  Jeremy Banks Jul 29 '11 at 4:51

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