I do not understand some of the details regarding Badges. I am not saying that the site has not given proper details - just that I couldn't understand them, and would like to know what they do.
The reason behind this is "Explanation of each badges are given in one line."
Almost all are very clearly explained. But people like me who know less English - might not understand the exact meaning of the badge.
Ok - now the question. I have listed the Badges I don't understand, including the descriptive sentence for reference (original at https://stackoverflow.com/badges).
Disciplined - Deleted own post with score of 3 or higher. (I am confused here. Why would someone delete the post when it has 3 or more upvotes on it? A post with more then 3 upvotes might include some good details / be a good question. Why remove/delete it from stackoverflow?)
Epic - Hit the daily reputation cap on 50 days. (My bad English - I couldn't understand this sentence.)
Generalist - Active in many different tags (But how many different tags? Oops! Sorry. I forgot my question "Generalist" badge for super user & stackoverflow. I believe it is not in use now.)
Beta - Actively participated in the Stack Overflow private beta (Where is this private Stack overflow site? - I also want to actively participate.)
Mortarboard - Hit the daily reputation cap for the first time (What does this mean - "Hit the daily reputation cap?")
Populist - Provided an answer that outscored an accepted answer with 10 votes by 2x (I couldn't understand the exact meaning of "votes by 2x".)
Reversal - Provided answer of +20 score to a question of -5 score (Does this mean - Question is bad, answer is good?)
Yearling - Active member for a year, earning at least 200 reputation (Does this mean, to achieve this Badge, we must be active members and within that year we must gain +200 reputation - is it something like this?)
I know - many people may not like my question, and might hate this kind of question. But I am confused and I would like clarification, so, I have asked the question here.
Thanks in advance for sharing your great knowledge.