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Is there a minimum Rep for Best Nodes of the Day?

by kcott (Chancellor)
on Feb 04, 2018 at 08:08 UTC ( #1208405=monkdiscuss: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

I ask this purely out of curiosity; it has no bearing on any particular node being included in, or excluded from, Best Nodes of the Day.

[All figures shown below were correct at the time of writing. There's a good chance they'll be different by the time you read this.]

Best Nodes of the Day normally shows the top 10 nodes (ordered by Rep); occasionally there's less than 10. Just now there's only 6. Newest Nodes shows 19 posts in the last day (2 Questions; 17 Notes); Worst Nodes of the Day shows 0 nodes. There's also zero Nodes to consider; although, that's possibly entirely irrelevant.

The Reps for the Best Nodes of the Day currently range from 17 to 8. I wondered if the lowest ("8") was based on $NORM (from Voting/Experience System); however, the value of $NORM is currently 13.8398, so that doesn't appear to be related.

My next thought was that there was some minimum Rep for inclusion in Best Nodes of the Day; hence the title of this post.

And, if there isn't a minimum Rep; what is the criterion for inclusion?

— Ken

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Re: Is there a minimum Rep for Best Nodes of the Day?
by soonix (Abbot) on Feb 04, 2018 at 11:45 UTC

      G'day soonix,

      ++ Thanks for the speedy reply; that answers my question.

      And apologies for my slow response. I've been travelling and have not had ready access to computers and/or networks for some days.

      — Ken

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