Can you explain what is the score of a question and how can I understand what is the score of a question?
1Are you just looking for this? askubuntu.com/help/whats-reputation– Mark KirbyJun 3, 2018 at 15:35
In the site is said that, if you delete a question with the score of 3 or more you will get a badge. What does it mean by a question with the score of three or more? meta.askubuntu.com/questions/14364/…– user833907Jun 3, 2018 at 15:41
1The question must have three or more upvotes, than it does downvotes, the "score" is the number left of the question, it must be, at least +3.– Mark KirbyJun 3, 2018 at 15:50
The score of a post is the sum of votes on it.
When someone* clicks the up arrow on a post (upvotes it) that increases its score by one.
When someone** clicks the down arrow on a post (downvotes it) that decreases its score by one.
This post has a score of 98:
When you have 1000 reputation points, you gain the ability to see the score breakdown by clicking on the score:
* this applies when the person voting has at least 15 reputation; otherwise the vote is anonymous***.
** this applied when the person voting has at least 125 reputation; otherwise the vote is anonymous***.
*** anonymous votes are recorded and information about them can be found, for example in the public data dump, but it does not affect the post score.
Do anonymous votes become normal votes when a user passes the 15/125 rep mark?– DanJun 4, 2018 at 20:30
1@Dan no. Possibly of interest on MSE– Zanna ModJun 4, 2018 at 20:41