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I don't understand what the this definition - part of the gold Socratic badge - means :

"Ask a well-received question on 100 separate days, and maintain a positive question record".

  • @CarLaTeX thank you anyway. – Tarass Mar 16 '18 at 19:16
  • You're welcome! (I deleted my answer). :):):) – CarLaTeX Mar 16 '18 at 19:18
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Here is a full description of the entire badge family:

Curious

  • bronze; awarded once
  • Asked a well-received question on 5 separate days, and maintained a positive question record

Inquisitive

  • silver; awarded once
  • Asked a well-received question on 30 separate days, and maintained a positive question record

Socratic

  • gold; awarded multiple times
  • Asked a well-received question on 100 separate days, and maintained a positive question record

Additional criteria for this badge family:

  • There are four different counts that are tracked when calculating the criteria for this badge:
    • Positive: Number of questions asked on this day that have a score greater than 0.
    • Negative: Number of questions asked on this day that have a score less than 0.
    • Closed: Number of questions asked on this day that are currently closed and the current closure date occurred within 60 days of being asked.
    • Deleted: Number of questions asked on this day that are currently deleted and the current deletion date occurred within 60 days of being asked.
  • Any day that has at least 1 Positive question and also has no Negative, Closed, or Deleted questions counts as a GoodDay which increments the counter.
  • A positive question record means you don't have too many closed, downvoted or deleted questions, overall. The formula is (TotalQuestions - Negative - Closed - Deleted) / TotalQuestions ≥ 0.5. Questions that qualify as Negative and Closed and Deleted count three times in this calculation!

Reference:

List of all badges with full descriptions

  • I haven't no clue about the full description list. – Tarass Mar 16 '18 at 17:16

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