If someone is able to earn 20,000 reputation from scores on 1,000 or fewer posts, is it an indication that the user tends to write consistently high quality questions and answers? If so, should this be rewarded with a badge? Could this help encourage other users to put more thought and time into their answers, and basically encourage quality over quantity over time?
Considering that we no longer support questions attracting answers that tend to receive an inordinate amount of up votes in the form of I agree or Me too!, have we arrived at a place where this type of ratio could be rewarded accurately? I'm aware that there still may be some in the system, but I don't think many at this point.
If yes to all, what type of badge should it be .. and what would be a good name for it?
This is purely a discussion for now. Yes, I would not be far from earning such a badge, but that goes for this guy too. This guy is a good example of the less than typical case that I'd like to reward.
Some users manage to hit 40k in under 1,000 total posts contributing to their score. The 1,000 number was just a starting point. I hope for the discussion to establish if the idea is tenable or not, as well as a more concrete implementation of the threshold. It may make sense to have two badges, gold favoring the smaller number of posts.