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@barndoor : darlicious has taken upon themselves to be the stats person around here. The only way to do that is to manually go to all the users that seem to be participating to some degree and collect their stats. The easiest way I know is to hover a mouse over a username and a little window pops up with all the relevant stats. I think there are ways to do this on a mobile browser but I've not had much luck.
There used to be a bravos leaderboard that made this much easier. But it got removed some time ago. There was an unpublished solutions leaderboard but it also got gortched.
Then she punches (copy/pastes) all that into a spreadsheet (the Univac 5000 joke) and lets it rip. She seems to think she can divine the calculation and out pops the order of stats. Then it's a matter of where the company draws the line between the different reward levels. Thus what she calls being on the bubble.