There are 4 locations where user badges and reputation are displayed on StackExchange:
- The top bar
- The profile
- On the "Users" page
- Everywhere else (ie. On questions, answers, edits, etc.)
In each of these locations, we see the user's reputation and badges. For all of them, the wording of mouse over text for badges is consistent, but for reputation, the mouse over text is different.
The top bar:
"your reputation: 1,000" (colon, comma)
no mouse over text.
However, this one actually makes some sense that it would be different, since the reputation on the profile is a link to the reputation tab.
On the "Users" page:
"total reputation: 1000" (colon, no comma)
"reputation score" if reputation < 10k,
else "reputation score 10000" (no colon, no comma)
Can we make the mouse over text uniform across all these locations?
Personally, I like the wording "1,000 reputation" (number first, include commas, no "score") as it reads very naturally and is the same as the badge mouse overs (except that badge counts don't have commas).
(It's probable I missed a few locations that don't exactly fall under "everywhere else")