Take a look at this: (no bragging just focus on the part in red circle)
This is not the ordinary cache here, it's like that for long months now.
This made me curious, then furious and finally vicious so I went bug hunting. Here is my story.
if you’ve contributed something worthwhile to the site, you should keep the reputation for that even if it eventually gets deleted. “Worthwhile” here is defined as,
- A score of 3 or greater
- Visible on the site for at least 60 days
Awesome! And indeed, on http://movies.stackexchange.com I had a question which had score of more than 3 and was visible for more than 60 days before getting deleted. The reputation I gained from it is preserved in all places... except my network profile reputation graph. :(
I thought to myself "209? Let's prove that's the reputation I have if using the old rules". So I had.
- Start with 1 reputation point.
- Association bonus of 100 → 101 points total
- One undeleted question with 11 upvotes and 2 downvotes → 110-4 = 106 net change → 207 points total
- One approved suggested edit → 2 rep → 209 points total
Can the network profile reputation graph follow the same rules as the rest of the reputation calculations?