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Reputation, Signal & Impact Calculation Enhancements

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We’re pleased to announce some enhancements to how Reputation, Signal, and Impact are calculated. These changes will be applied going forward (not applied retroactively) and align with requests and recommendations from you, the amazing community of hackers.  

What’s changing at a high level?
For current definitions of Reputation, Signal, and Impact and how they’re calculated, check out our Docs site.

The table below shows the changes rolled out today:

Reputation, signal, impact table

 

 
Hacker Profile “past year” statistics view
Hacker Profile “past year” statistics view

 

Our emphasis with these changes was to improve accuracy of reputation points earned, prioritize recent performance stats and ensure peace of mind when submitting bugs that end up being marked as “Informative”. 

Go forth and hack
Got questions about the new calculations? Take a look at the details in the Platform Documentation for Reputation and Signal & Impact. If you have feature requests or further ideas, send us your feedback. We want to hear from you! 

Thank you for hacking with us. 

Happy hacking!