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...for this I need to ask 100 relevant and useful questions... Yesterday I asked 2 questions, both have been upvoted, and I have not seen my socratic count go from 41 to 42. As the image above shows, it is the number of separate days, not the number of questions that is important for this badge. the duplicate was not 100% duplicated A question does ...


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Badges are not awarded immediately - many of them are only calculated once daily, so you'll need to give it more than 11 minutes to kick in. Update: Critic has now been awarded.


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The rules are being changed; you're getting one Steward badge for every 1,000 reviews in a queue. See this comment by Stack Exchange staff member @animuson: There's supposedly an announcement about review updates coming out today, if it hasn't been published somewhere yet. Seems the code is getting ahead of itself. However, there seems to be a bug: This ...


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I know it's exciting to be the first person to earn the Socratic badge, but let's wait the recommended 24 hours before panicking too much. It's taken at least 100 days to earn, so 1 more day shouldn't hurt :) Not saying you were wrong to raise this on meta, and I do understand you are rightly keen to have this gold badge display as it should. ...and now it ...


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Could it simply be that that the ones awarded multiple times are the ones that you have no control over because they are to do with the cumulative actions of others, so it makes no sense to track them


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When I open my Next badge suggestion list in any of my profiles, I can see not a single badge there that is from among those awarded per post, like e.g. Stellar Question or Nice Answer. I don't believe it's because I've achieved them, as, for instance, on DBA.SE I've currently got the latter but not the former – and I can see neither in the list. I can't ...


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This was a network-wide bug that affected multiple badges; the code tried to award them, and did everything (including notification) except actually award the badge. It was fixed within a short time, allowing the badge to be awarded, which meant it finally stopped trying to do it. Sorry, this was my fault - apologies for any inconvenience.


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I experienced the same issue while tracking my gold SQL Server tag. I needed to reselect the badge from the tracker for it to actually update the graph. This has been asked-and-answered at "Next tag badge" panel score and answers counter discrepancy - unfortunately, the answer is the workaround I talked about above. I suppose since this was ...


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The annual Developer Survey is announced at stackoverflow.blog. The link to the announcement is usually featured in the yellow box at the top of the right-side sidebar, under the Blog section. Additionally, for the duration of the survey, you should be able to see a ribbon-like banner at the top of every page if not on every SE site then at least on Stack ...


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If you think about why Stellar Question and Nice Answer are awarded, you don't need to track them per user--they are implicitly tracked on every post. Each question knows how many favorites it has. Every answer knows how many upvotes it has. That is the tracking. When a question hits 100 favorites, that triggers the Stellar Question badge to be awarded--to ...


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From comments: Andriy M: I think you've already done what little you could do: this looks very much like a bug and you've reported it. ypercubeᵀᴹ: You did get the badge, about 50 minutes after posting this question (a few minutes after midday, at 12:06). marcello miorelli (OP): The flow of messages has stopped. I am not sure exactly when but it looks like ...


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This has been fixed by badges changes of some months ago:


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I've voted to re-open your question since it is likely to help future visitors to the site.


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