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If you participated in the private beta and produced actual apps/libraries, you got a gold badge and 4,000 reputation. If you were in the private beta and got at least 1 up vote, you got a silver badge and 2,000 reputation. See: http://stackapps.com/badges To be clear. Nothing from dev.meta.stackoverflow.com gets copied over to stackapps.com. It is simply ...


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If you are biased by numbers, you really should block the current vote counts of the posts as well, and set your sorting preference to 'newest first'.


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Have you looked at the http://stackapps.com/badges page? Maybe you should...


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Just use the plain /users/{ids} route. (For network-wide score, see the bottom section, below.) if you run it on your userid, it currently returns: { "items": [ { ... "reputation": 354, ... Which is what you expected. The route you used, /users/{ids}/reputation, has a different purpose. Refer to its doc page: Gets a subset of the ...


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v1 of the API lacks user auth, so such restrictions are unenforceable. We'd have to deny it to everyone (and arguably, a large percentage of the end-users of the API are going to be over that rep limit) which, to me, would be kind of overkill.


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I think this is not specific to Stack Apps, All the reputation graph on Trilogy site don't show bonus points. For your case, 100 is from Account Associations, 4000 is from Api Evangelist badge bonus point. But I hope they could add those bonus info to reputation-graph as well.


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The graph never activates for me on FF14, there appear to be several changes on the reputation tab that are not accounted for in this script. First there is too much whitespace around the text "reputation" when checking for the active tab: $("#tabs .youarehere").text() "\n \n reputation\n " Using a quick ...


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Obviously this would best be answered by the one(s) in charge of the API design, but here is my analysis: The two reputation datasets are shaped quite differently indeed and this does matter in various ways - as such I expect this to be more or less status-bydesign: Dataset shape The reputation audit is composed of individual reputation change events at ...


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If you don't mind doing this interactively, you could simply get your rep dump and parse it out. This is obviously keyed to your cookie, so, as i said, it would have to be an interactive process. Caveat: this code will do what you want, but I don't think the data coming from the api is usable right now.... You certainly could use the api to do something ...


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Before StackApps, there was a small group of people privately testing the API. After some time, StackApps was created and everyone was notified so that they could move their content there. A handful of people who had actively participated were hand-selected to receive badges. The badge was awarded as soon as the user registered on the site.


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We draw the best circles.


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Yes, maybe. for post score and user rep, there are api methods that will give you the results you want. For data points that are not covered by the sort param, you would need to build a dataset of users and then filter that. Data points such as up_vote_count are definitely not going to be/cannot be indexed by a search engine. I have a service that will be ...


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Great design and great idea. I don't know whether many people still look at this, but I discovered it today and if it was advertized and used more. Some suggestions for Stackathlons: Quantitive Finance and Economics. This one has suprisingly few, while the disciplines are quite closely related. I tried to add another one, but then it gives probably zero ...


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Kevin indeed misinterpreted your question as per your comment on his answer - as such it has been a valid feature-request in principle and I've retagged it accordingly (you might adjust the title a bit to better reflect the use case, i.e. audit the individual reputation changes). That said, I fully expect (and support) this to be status-declined for privacy ...


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Oh man! I just started working on this! Stay tuned... it's coming in a day or two. (Gotta beat code poet!) ...and done! Here it is: http://stackapps.com/questions/1114/stackcenter-your-one-stop-for-everything-stackexchange Here is a screenshot:


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Looks like that query got broken and just wasn't returning question sourced rep gains, ever. This has been fixed.


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From the docs for /users/{ids}/reputation (emphasis mine): Gets a subset of the reputation changes for users in {ids}. I think you'll find that the API method you're using is working exactly as designed - it's just not designed to do what you were expecting. Fortunately, /users/{ids}/reputation-history will yield precisely what you're after. ...


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There doesn't seem to be a place that describes the policy. That API-object, documentation page would be perfect for it. However, a lead Stack Exchange developer has stated that anything that reveals voting patterns will be hidden or private. Another Stack Exchange employee explains how user deletions and post deletions are kept private-ish, but ...


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It's a bit confusing but that is not a bug. Think of it as, "Reputation change from when to when?" Since you specified neither a fromdate, nor a todate, you are effectively asking for the changes for all time. If you run the query for Nov 1, 2015 to Nov 9, 2015:           /2.2/users/21539/reputation?fromdate=1446336000&todate=...


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If you associate your account on stackapps.com with your account on stackoverflow.com (for example), you automatically get 100 rep (that's why I'm on 101 at the moment :) I believe you just click on your username at the top, then on the "accounts" tab.


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Good point - though some might argue that an app doesn't deserve a screenshot until it gets at least one upvote. You have a valid concern though.


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You reach out and find a kind soul like http://stackapps.com/users/18/george-edison.


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Actually, there is timeline for any users, that can see up/down votes as well. http://stackapps.com/posts/551/timeline


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it is coming soon @ http://stackshot.me - estimated time of arrival is 2 weeks.


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There is nothing fishy. I think there is a bug with StackApps reputation system. Or perhaps a hidden feature that I myself do not know. I definitely have merged accounts from 3-4 other sites recently. But that shouldn't be a problem, is it? FYI The API Beta badge is not bogus. And it surely has nothing to do with the Google Wave APP. So much for conspiracy ...


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Honestly, I don't think it is a big enough deal to warrant all of this attention. I don't see why posting code samples should be Community Wiki, but if a Moderator believes that they should be, then that's fine. It was getting a bit annoying to see C# code samples posted all over the active question's page. I think a few is ok, but in my opinion, it was ...


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Just found it myself, in a comment on Chacha102s answer to What’s with the reputation here on Stack Apps? Jeff states: people who built (and shared) actual apps with the API in private beta qualified for beta gold. people who got at least one upvote qualified for beta silver As this information has not been exactly easy to uncover I'll keep this posts ...


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As Jeff mentioned in the comment of my other answer, this information would be best put elsewhere... so... I have set up a MediaWiki installation for this here: http://stackoverflow.quickmediasolutions.com/wiki/ Update: The stackoverflow.quickmediasolutions.com subdomain appears to have been dead for a while. Here's what's left of the wiki at the Internet ...


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Great job! Check out my graph. Witness how I used to actually have more rep than Jon Skeet... then he joined the site and put an end to all that. :)



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