@Lix Right. It does work right now, it's just...not supposed to.
@Tim - The [or] syntax isn't at all supported, it's a side-effect of the current search parser combined with the way our tag engine works, it's very much an accident, one that may not work in the future. — Nick CraverDec 13 '11 at 0:22
I clicked improve on a suggested edit, and apparently the edit I clicked improve on had actually been approved, but then someone else had suggested another edit on top of that, so I was improving the new suggested edit instead of the one I clicked the improve button on originally.
SO developers anyone? what's the current "specification" on badges awarded for deleted posts? I recently had nice answer score increased (from 6 to 7) while I expected it to stay unchanged, to "compensate" for the badge that has been awarded for a prior answer which is now deleted (mod-only link to deleted answer - meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/123086/…)
@gnatakaspecialagentMulder That's not how it works anymore. I can't find a source, I keep finding posts confirming the old behaviour, but I know the devs have mentioned the change a couple of times.
As I understand it, I think the only time you'd still get that behaviour is if you un-earned a badge associated with a particular post, and re-earned the same badge associated with the same post. I'm not sure if that can even happen... maybe for Archaeologist or something.