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Originally Posted by 47 Knucklehead View Post

Mine are the same ... 146 for both.

Here is a totally wild and baseless thought, that might explain it. Maybe the difference between the two is because the person who gave the +Rep has been banned or deleted? Hence "Rep Received" it the total Rep gotten ever, even if they were banned or deleted, and "Rep" removes such Rep given by banned or deleted users.

Again, just wild speculation on my part.

It's a possibility, but I would find that, in principle, an unfair system (see exception below) as the Rep Received translating into Rep should be based on the merits of the post and not whether the user who gave Rep was banned (and that would raise the question, after how much time after having given the Rep would the user have to be banned in order for this to happen ?), unless we are talking about some sort of spam system, where the mod actions are quick, but in that case the Rep Received should not take those into account either.

Also, it seems weird that my Rep and Rep Received used to match up to 2 weeks ago, and then the Rep Received went up by around 7, but the list with the date, thread title and link and optional comment didn't display anything new, and the Rep count stayed the same. That is why I'm speculating that this is either a bug or has something to do with Rep that was given a long time ago as wasn't properly accounted for then and they are still sorting it out.
Edited by tpi2007 - 3/6/13 at 12:54pm
 
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Rep Gave are the reps that you gave to others.

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post #13 of 18
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The other day I noticed that my "Rep received" count went up by 7 or so (but no recent additional entries in the list are visible) but my Rep stayed the same. I actually only noticed the discrepancy because I had reached the 250 Unique Rep milestone and went to see how the stats were and there was the discrepancy - being that Rep and Rep Received used to be the same number. I am fairly sure this discrepancy wasn't there before.

So, is this a bug or some unknown (new) feature ?

Hi it is a bug, there is a backend option that allows certain members to have rep power (basically 1 rep can be worth 2 or 3 or any amount). We have not adjusted this so all 1 rep from any member is 1 rep.
I'm not sure if you guys can see this but when we check rep we can see the weight of the rep.
[value: 1, weight: 1, adjust: 1]
All rep should show this.

7 of your rep have no values so you have received 300 rep but only 293 rep points.
1 from 20 January 2012
4 from 19 January 2012
2 from 22 November 2011

All reps came from reviews
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Originally Posted by 47 Knucklehead View Post

Mine are the same ... 146 for both.

Here is a totally wild and baseless thought, that might explain it. Maybe the difference between the two is because the person who gave the +Rep has been banned or deleted? Hence "Rep Received" it the total Rep gotten ever, even if they were banned or deleted, and "Rep" removes such Rep given by banned or deleted users.

Again, just wild speculation on my part.

Rep from banned members or deleted content content was removed when we first moved to Huddler as that was what every webmaster on the platform wanted but we now have the option to keep rep when members are banned or content is deleted (which is what we do)
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Oh, rep power like on SevenForums.

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post #15 of 18
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Oh, rep power like on SevenForums.
Yes but we do not have it enabled, 1 rep is 1 rep no matter who gives it. We had rep power back in the early days and removed it late 2006.
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Hi it is a bug, there is a backend option that allows certain members to have rep power (basically 1 rep can be worth 2 or 3 or any amount). We have not adjusted this so all 1 rep from any member is 1 rep.
I'm not sure if you guys can see this but when we check rep we can see the weight of the rep.
[value: 1, weight: 1, adjust: 1]
All rep should show this.

7 of your rep have no values so you have received 300 rep but only 293 rep points.
1 from 20 January 2012
4 from 19 January 2012
2 from 22 November 2011

All reps came from reviews


Thanks for the answer, but... I'm even more confused now. Or maybe not. First of all let me just tell you that apparently, as far as I can tell, I don't have access to the weight of the Rep you mentioned "[value: 1, weight: 1, adjust: 1]", probably only mods have access to that.

But let me try to understand what you just said:

What does "7 of your rep have no values" mean ? That the system to give Rep in the reviews section of the forum didn't work correctly until now (1 Rep registered as 0 instead of 1), so some people gave me Rep for the reviews I wrote, but those Reps never registered properly and you are now correcting that ?
Edited by tpi2007 - 3/6/13 at 5:15pm
 
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post #17 of 18
Correct 7 of your rep are missing [value: 1, weight: 1, adjust: 1] so the system weighs those reps as zero value.

I will let the Huddler team know and hopefully they can resolve this.
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Correct 7 of your rep are missing [value: 1, weight: 1, adjust: 1] so the system weighs those reps as zero value.

I will let the Huddler team know and hopefully they can resolve this.

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