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I was looking into the Tag Badge page, the text for the Silver says, "You'll have to earn 400 upvotes in non-community wiki questions to achieve this badge." I was wondering whether that meant questions or answers or both (knowing it at least meant answers), since they have columns for askers as well as answers. A little research showed that it meant answers only. How about we reword it to,

"You'll have to earn 400 upvotes in answers to non-community wiki questions to achieve this badge."

The same for gold also.

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At first I was a bit confused because the text for the badge says answers, but you're referring to the text in the right margin. Which I agree should be reworded – Grace Note Apr 27 '10 at 19:42

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Ya. This is confusing... probably it should be fixed. (Though it should be kind of obvious - why would you get a badge for asking questions?)

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It confusing because they give Stats for Tag askers also, but I guess to no purpose. – Lance Roberts Apr 28 '10 at 1:57
There are a few things 'to no purpose'... – uɐɯsO uɐɥʇɐN Apr 28 '10 at 2:12

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