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This includes rep recalcs (e.g., the latest) and (speculative) when people take upvote back.

First case you can see on standard stackauth/users query: it displays meta reputation before recalc.

Second case is my assumption: yesterday for several hours query ascribed to me 10 points more than site actually shown.


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Everything looks fine to me now.

There were a few bugs handled recently in our "network wide" user tracking, which has taken over supplying reputation numbers for the StackAuth methods.

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