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Badges are awarded to encourage and incentivize positive community actions within the site.

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exactly is explained on What is a positive question record? (also see Why was the "curious badge" badge not being awarded?) Moreover, List of all badges with full descriptions contains details for all badges. …
answered Jul 31 '17 by quid
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Tag badges are withdrawn when one no longer meets the criteria (general badges are basically never withdrawn, that is they are certainly not automatically taken on failing the criteria later, yet … only possibly in cases of cheating and related). See "What can cause a badge to be lost/revoked/taken away after it is awarded?" in the relevant FAQ on the general meta: How do "badges" work? …
answered Oct 28 '15 by quid
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of those. For a sources that usually contains all the details on the badges see: What are the badges I can earn on each site, and what are the exact criteria for earning each badge? …
answered May 25 by quid
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In the interest of having an answer, lifted from a comment. Yes, if you want to cast 40 votes a day you need to distribute them correctly, specifically you need to vote on questions enough. Otherwis …
answered Dec 30 '16 by quid
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No, this is not possible. I doubt it will be implemented. If you find it distracting you can hide them locally (others will still see them). For details see: How to disable/remove all badges and … reputation? and https://stackapps.com/questions/3105/hide-all-pointless-user-data-gravatar-badges-and-reputation …
answered Jul 11 '15 by quid
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Votes on comments are treated separately from votes on posts. In particular: The typical voting badges like Civic Duty, Electorate, Suffrage, Vox Populi concern votes on posts only. The daily …
answered Jun 23 '16 by quid
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It seems you do not fulfill all criteria, namely you miss the 'positive question record.' You are informed about this when you click the progress bar. This may be due to you having some deleted ques …
answered Jun 11 '16 by quid
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It is determined based on how many, or rather how few, of your questions get closed, deleted, and have negative score. You do not need to do anything in particular, it's a side-effect. Specifically, …
answered Aug 10 '16 by quid
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Some edits are trivial to approve and to perform (and even if a careful check of some edits is a significant effort there is no guarantee at all the reviewer even did that). Yet, some low quality revi …
answered Jul 5 '15 by quid
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This looks a bit like throwing the baby out with the bathwater. There is nothing wrong with somebody identifying a need for a new tag, creating it and then applying it to assorted old questions that …
answered Mar 31 '18 by quid
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There is no criterion the questions needs to satisfy for your vote to count towards the electorate badge, beyond it being a question post. It can be old or new, it can be highly-vote, lowly voted o …
answered Jan 2 '17 by quid
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There are also several other badges that are strictly easier than other badges of the same category. A common theme is, perhaps it's not without exception though but anyway it is the case in this … instance, badges that were introduced later can be strictly harder than existing ones. I do not find it all that counterintuitive: there are a couple of easier badges for beginners and if you want …
answered Feb 3 '17 by quid
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spread, and even if it were I'd only care that much as it is rather inconsequential, compared to vote fraud or editing for badges. …
answered Jan 23 '17 by quid