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A script that is run every so often to correct inconsistencies in the way a user's displayed rep is calculated initially.

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Still 1 rep despite no longer being suspended [duplicate]

After serving a one month suspension, I am now able to post questions and answers but little else. As can be seen in the screenshot below, I only have 1 rep. My badges and the number of edits are ...
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Why wasn't I notified of new privileges I gained as a result of the recent reputation recalculation?

FYI: In the rep recalculation for questions, privileges didn't follow. Today, a single upvote on this question, which constitutes all my activity on that site since recalculation, triggered the ...
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How many sites changed their highest-rep user as a result of the recent question rep recalc?

In the recent reputation recalculation resulting from weighting question upvotes back to 10 rep instead of 5 rep, some sites on the SE network underwent not only a reshuffle of the reputation leagues ...
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Why wasn't reputation loss on downvoted questions doubled as well?

The official reasoning behind doubling the reward for question upvotes from +5 to +10 was - when I understood it correctly - SE (inc.) wants to encourage the community to generate more "good" ...
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Rep in hamburger is not updated for a single site [duplicate]

We know reputation is recalculated for questions. My reputation also increased in all the sites and updated in the hamburger where you put list of the sites. My reputation on Science Fiction & ...
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Why am I getting so many "yearling" badges today?

Here is a screenshot showing this: Originally I thought it was due to the rep recalculation today, but on most if not all of these sites, I had 200 rep or more both before and after the recalculation....
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Rep cap breaks sometimes

It is Jukka Suomela or And it is MichaelT Despite the fact the rep recalc is automatic now.
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101 - 6 + 10 = 97

I may missed something, but it looks like there's a problem :
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Serial upvote rep not reversed on reputation graph

A user for whom I answered a question (I just looked at their profile for curiosity) earned 135 rep on 1 March 2014 from serial upvoting, which was reversed the day after. OK. According to this ...
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Serial upvoting reversed after triggering reputation recalc [duplicate]

What happened: A little before 19:09 yesterday I found the reputation page. I clicked Trigger Reputation Recalc to see what happened. Within the next minute, I gained 92 reputation points. (See ...
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Triggering reputation recalculation should trigger fraud calculations too [closed]

Someone just upvoted a great deal of my answers, and so these votes will be removed at the end of the day. I tried to trigger recalculation myself so they could be removed right away, but it didn't ...
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Hide "moderator recalcs rep" entries from the user history by default

Moderators have access to a history of events for every user account. This contains fairly important stuff like suspension, moderator messages and annotations, but also some stuff that moderators ...
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Language in unused reputation recalc page is slightly offensive

At, an emphasis hurt me. Deeply. days represented 682 rep cap was reached via rep from upvotes *only* on 92 days I know that I have only reached the rep cap ...
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Add the ability to view the reputation as if there was no rep cap

Add a place to view the total reputation a user would have achieved if there was no rep cap (daily-reputation-limit). It would be a good measure to see who are the ones that answer even if they have ...
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-2 reputation for question delete operation

I don't understand well what's done: Had a question removed, it had a vote balance level of 0 (guess 0+ and 0-) and I see that: that's why I'm a bit confused, if it had 1+, 1-, then it would have ...
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Meta reputation not accurate when viewed from other Stack Exchange sites [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Reputation display bug… Again My Meta SO score is 743. But it shows 738 when viewed from any other Stack Exchange site. I know it takes some time for all the sites to ...
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I gave it "a couple of days", but reputation oddity persists [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Reputation display bug… Again More than a week has passed since I posted this question about my TeX-LaTeX reputation. It was fairly quickly dismissed as a duplicate of ...
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Lost 2 Rep points with nothing appearing

So yesterday while I was in the midst of answering some questions on SO, I mysteriously lost two reps points. I checked my rep page and it didn't show any downvotes, I waited to see if ...
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Are self-triggered reputation recalculations still needed? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Does the /reputation page still need a Trigger Recalc button now that reputation skew is a thing of the past? Since quite a lot of things have changed during the last period, self ...
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Does the /reputation page still need a Trigger Recalc button now that reputation skew is a thing of the past?

I observe the reputation recap page still features a Trigger Reputation Recalc button. Truth be told, I've been using that button on a quasi-weekly basis for more than a year now, but if I understood ...
Frédéric Hamidi's user avatar
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How can we respond to serial-voters' attempts to undo reputation reversals?

As discussed elsewhere, the reputation recalc has reduced the reputation of some high-rep users on some sites, because some serial upvoting has been reversed. This was the fate of one of the highest-...
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Reputation "events" like accept/unaccept can occur too frequently [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: New reputation is too verbose: upvote/unupvote, upvote again With the new reputation update on Stack Overflow, I noticed I suddenly had a +65 / -45. Apparently a user was ...
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Calculation of reputation point is not correct

I check the total reputation point of my profile on stackoverflow. Yesterday it was around 2400+ and when I open today it become 2090. In the above image you can check that on Feb 17 to till date ...
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Can rep-recalcs and rep-removals show up on our Reputation pages?

I appear to have lost around 200 reputation sometime today. It looked like someone had systematically up-voted a bunch of my questions and answers from what I saw before it went; it could be a big ...
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trigger Reputation Recalc causes large loss in rep points

I made the mistake of pushing the "Trigger Reputation Recalc" button on this page Which triggers this url After this my ...
Matt Warren's user avatar
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Recent Reputation History Changes

Update (March, 2012): This has been rolled out to all sites in the network except Area 51. Behind the scenes we've been hard at work making some changes to how we track reputation. Here are some of ...
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Lost 301 reputation after a manual reputation recalc

Poking around the site I found this link from the accepted answer to this post : The global reputation recalc of March 2010. After looking at the pretty numbers and feeling curious, I pressed the ...
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Stop using UTC for all "Day" calculations

At the moment it seems that UTC timezone is used for all calculations that involve "days" (Mortarboard, Epic, Legendary and other reputation/comment/question organization). I totally understand this ...
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Can we allow trusted users to recalculate reputation more often?

I would like to be able to recalculate reputation more often than once every 24 hours. While I'm sure you wouldn't want every user to do this as often as they like, I feel that the more trusted users (...
Anthony Pegram's user avatar
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Allow an individual to perform a manual rep recalculation on every N days

I try to recalculate my rep on all of the sites on a regular basis. It's not too much of a hassle, but to go through each site I'm on, go to the /reputation page, recalc, go back, reload the page, ...
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Change the reputation recalc error message to "once every 24 hours" [closed]

Yesterday in the evenings, I foolishly tried to trigger two reputation recalcs within a short time span and received the error message Reputation cannot be recalculated more than once per day. So ...
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Reputation recalculation?

The story begins. I went to My reputation was previously 966. Really. It was. I swear. I scanned the page and clicked Trigger Reputation Recalc My reputation ...
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Use yyyy-MM-DD format for all dates on the reputation recalc page

In the reputation recalc page, the list of reputation transactions are grouped by date and the date is shown in yyyy-MM-DD format, e.g.: -- 2011-10-12 rep +45 = 16349 2 6327547 (10) 2 ...
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Slow update of reputation

How come that newly earned reputation is not shown on e.g. the site overview page here at the StackExchange main site and on the specific sites ranking lists? It is shown in the top bar with the ...
Steeven's user avatar
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Why does the site's idea of the reputation cap state survive recalcs?

I broke the reputation cap today answering this question, but it got merged some time later and my answer did not make it (as it became redundant then). I briefly mourned the hundred rep points I ...
Frédéric Hamidi's user avatar
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If possible, please add rep from bonuses to the bottom section of reputation recalc page

I was trying to use Trigger Reputation Recalc page and noticed that there was a difference of 101 points between total rep and rep this year. I know that I started with 1 point but it took sometime ...
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Do I get back the reputation lost from downvotes on deleted questions?

If you post a question and it gets downvoted, then you delete the question, will you get the reputation back at the next recalc? How about if the same question also has an upvote? Will that be ...
Shiraz Bhaiji's user avatar
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Is reputation recalc "not persistent"?

I was playing around with rep recalc on Stack Overflow a few days ago, I had 555 rep before recalc and 545 after. Later on I got an accepted answer (2 days ago, on Saturday) and my rep went up to 570, ...
yms's user avatar
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About voting and reputation

I was playing around trying to see what triggers rep changes gosub 1. I know that there is a /reputation page, and Nick has reiterated many times that triggering a recalc is expensive (always ...
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Yearling Badge calculation not working on my Meta profile

I've read the other questions about receiving the Yearling badge, but none seem to fit my question. I have been a member for 1 year and 8 months at this point, and currently have rep of 216 and yet I ...
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Recalculation logic of counting upvotes

I was just thinking if the Reputation recalc logic also takes into account the daily cap for a user? Below is example data to explain what I mean - Assume a user has got 25 upvotes for one answer in ...
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Trigger a rep recalc any time a post is deleted/undeleted or question migrated.

Given that the latest global reputation recalculation generated the usual spate of "Where's my reputation gone?" questions is it time to revisit the idea of performing periodic recalculations so ...
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Possible to see what changes caused reputation adjustments during the recalculation?

I saw from this post that a recalculation of reps happened recently. I also saw from this post that Robert Harvey can apparently determine what posts caused the rep change during the recalculation. ...
Abe Miessler's user avatar
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Please notify us when a reputation recalc occurs

As summarised succintly in David Thomas' comment: Is there a chance of putting a notification bar in place to warn people when this happens? If nothing else it reduces confusion, and a spate of ...
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Sudden sharp reputation drop problem: points disappeared and score lost (recalc?)

I just experienced a drop in rep. Maybe that's due to a rep recalc, but then I'd really like to see that in my recent activity, which shows no clue as to what happened. How do I find out exactly what ...
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Triggered reputation recalc, lost ~500 reputation

I triggered a rep recalc and lost about 500 reputation (on Stack Overflow). How can I understand where I lost that rep? I can't see deleted posts.
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Rep recalc on all nominees for election [closed]

I would like to see some public accountability in the form of all election nominees receiving, as part of their self-nomination, a rep-recalc. It shouldn't impact many, but since the election now ...
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Is it right that a rep recalc allowed me to claw back 1 rep that I'd spent down voting today?

I'd like to bump this in order to find out if this is expected behaviour or not. According to comments posted by Grace Note and Michael Mrozek, after I've submitted a down vote on an answer, up votes ...
Andy E's user avatar
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Manual rep recalc (new user) - lost 500 points - nothing in audit re associated accounts?

Hi all - I just did a "self instigated" rep recalc (on SO) and lost 500 points. I only joined 7 months ago - i.e. wasn't here for the March recalc. It looks to me from the audit output text that ...
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The reputation recalc page has direct side effects based only on GET data (and not POST)

This is bad because if I do ![alt text][1] [1]: in a post, then whoever visits the post will have their reputation recalculated.
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