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Awarded to encourage and incentivize positive community actions within the site.

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? Who among the editors gets the credit towards the badges? If I see a really good edit that turns a bad question into a good one, am I being incentivised to do an irrelevant minor edit on that … question in order to share the credit for turning the question around? (if you're tied to the concept of these badges only applying to people who'd answered the question, then imagine this happening on a …
answered Sep 24 '14 by EnergyNumbers
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possible redeeming feature). Pretty much all other badges are there to incentivise behaviour that is considered constructive to the site. Any new badge proposal should explicitly state what … -viewed and highly-upvoted questions - there's reputation itself from the votes, and many badges. So the only new element to this badge proposal, is a consolation prize for its unanswerability …
answered Apr 2 '13 by EnergyNumbers
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Score is net upvotes, not reputation. Lots of things in your profile are cached. You will see a delay between events occurring, and some of them being reflected in your profile. And badge-awarding h …
answered Dec 29 '15 by EnergyNumbers
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If the score on your answer is zero, then it's not positive. In that case, upvoting a competing answer will not count towards the Sportsmanship badge. No, a positive score does not mean zero. Zero is …
answered Jun 28 '13 by EnergyNumbers
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I've taken rene's query, and adapted it so that it reports only the tag badges - here's the query. As usual, you'll need your stackexchange user ID. Go to Stackexchange.com, click on your username …
answered Sep 13 '16 by EnergyNumbers