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I got the Reviewer badge a month ago, but I still see the message "review 0 more posts to earn the Reviewer badge". In contrast, Custodian badge was shown as granted when I have reviewed one item but did not get the badge in my profile at that moment.

Badge Progress: Review 0 more

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Then why the badge is granted? This reminds me the story when bank was sending notes to the client: "You have to pay your debt $0.00" each week. I believe this is because the real debt amount was $0.000001 which is of course non-zero from bank point of view. However both these messages look weird from end-user point of view. – Artemix Nov 1 '12 at 9:17
I completely missed the fact that the badge was granted (realized only after re-reading). I need more, or less coffee - I'm not sure which. – Tim Post Nov 1 '12 at 9:28
@TimPost I saw that you have removed your comment, but I was so glad to recall this bank story so I just couldn't delete mine as well :) – Artemix Nov 1 '12 at 9:33
It was that very story I was thinking of, but it was a mobile phone company instead of a bank. I think we can just combine them into one children's bedtime story called the float that cried zero – Tim Post Nov 1 '12 at 9:38
Someone used > to check the number instead of >= :o Who did it!? We want names! – animuson Nov 1 '12 at 12:40
up vote 2 down vote accepted

Yep, edge case - blame assigned which is the most important part. A fix will go out with the next build.

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I'll wait for next build then. When it will be online? – Artemix Nov 9 '12 at 14:18
We just built all sites. – Geoff Dalgas Nov 9 '12 at 19:24

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