I got curious about the Mortarboard badge (200+ rep in one day) today and took a peek at several awardees' profiles to see what I could learn from their high score answers. I discovered that for a few (links withheld to avoid the appearance of spitefulness but available upon request), the rep points of the only 200+ day subsequently were voided in a "Serial upvoting reversed" action, which apparently is what happens if you upvote yourself with a sock account or conspire with a friend for mutual upvotes. If the system has determined that the awarding of those points was illegitimate enough to remove them, is it desirable or intentional that the badge recognizing them remains? Should I be asking this somewhere else?
(It also doesn't seem like counting bounty-related points towards this badge really jives with the extreme quantity+quality of activity that is otherwise implied by 200+/day, but that's a separate issue. Yes that would apply to me.)