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A question about two different types of reports?


#1

In my GDPR log, I read the thing and I spotted two different things. (Apologies if this was already asked.)

“JusticeNumReportsRecieved and statsReportsReceivedDeprecated”

What is the difference between those two?

(Moved category to #support --Xblade)


#2

I think this is the number of reports about you that got deemed guilty.

I think it is the amount of the reports that you got that either didn’t get reviewed or got deemed innocent.


#3

I’m going to guess total reports and reports you were found guilty in based on the definitions but @Dev-Xblade can likely give a definitive answer.


#4

reports received = whether guilty or not. We can then calculate your games to reports ratio. While doing reports, we’ll eventually use this to raise priority levels based on one’s “troll potential” (games:reports ratio)

Anything that says deprecated = doesn’t matter, it’s not tracked anymore. We switched the way we tracked this type of stat (technical crap - we count from arr[] instead of aggregation++)