For the 400 votes tag badge, does it take into consideration answers marked as the accepted answer? The description indicates it does not.
I would think an accepted answer would be worth more, or at least the same amount, towards getting a tag badge than just a simple upvote? Lots of users mark answers as accepted and do not bother giving an upvote since the 15 points is like and upvote and a tip.
So it's possible for a user to have 400 accepted answers with no upvotes and not get a badge where a user with 400 answers (which could be right or wrong) with a single upvote and no accepted answers ever would get the badge. Just seems a little odd or does accounting for accepted answers make the badge calculation too complicated / slow?
Edit: Questions you ask and submit an answer to shouldn't be counted towards the total for accepted answers.
Edit: It just seems to me that the most important thing in the system is an accepted answer yet there are no badges for achieving more than one accepted answer. If up votes were more important, and therefore far more worthy of a badge, then why do the top voted answers not appear above the accepted answer? When it come to badges, accepted answers are second class citizens as compared to a possibly random upvote.
I have seen many upvotes on completely wrong answers but rarely do I see an accepted answer that was completely wrong.