It's because you didn't fulfill the second requirement yet
Asked a well-received question on 5 separate days, and maintained a positive question record
And you have 1 deleted question with bad score, so you didn't maintain a positive question record yet. This confusion happen a lot, refer below mentioned main meta for details:
Why I haven't I received ...
According to this related answer on Meta Stack Exchange the reputation gained from the votes on a deleted post is not removed if it's at least 60 days old and has a score of at least 3.
Reputation changes from bounties, votes (both up and down), and acceptances on deleted posts (including answers to a deleted question) are nullified. (Exception: ...
The badge has a very simple algorithm. As quoted by Jeff Atwood:
You'll get the yearling badge as long as you have at least (Years * 200) rep by the target date.
Details on how the Yearling badge works
They don't actually check that the 200 reputation was gained in separate years.
Since your recent answer has gathered a lot of reputation in the last ...
status-bydesign They are part of new user restrictions. A new user cannot post more than eight hyperlinks in their questions and answers.
From Privileges section:
New users cannot:
post more than eight hyperlinks at a time, either in a post or their user profile.
This count doesn't include questions and answers from Stack Exchange.
These restrictions are ...
This isn't a bug, this is a design choice
In the tour, these are just example Question and Answers. You are intended to be reading the text to the left, for example "Just questions...." or "... and answers".
I can somewhat see your point. Further down the stuff that slides in from the right is content you are expected to read. This top section, they are ...
The user's question did indeed get a downvote, as can be seen by any user with the privileges for showing the vote differences on question:
The reason he didn't get a reputation change from the downvote but only from the two upvotes is likely that the downvote was the first vote he got and since a user's reputation can't sink below 1, it resulted in no ...
Last year there was a fairly substantial change to the close reasons across the StackExchange sites. You can read more about it and the reasoning about it on this blog post.
Honestly I couldn't tell you exactly when it rolled out here, but I think that the "not a real question" close reason disappeared quite some time ago. The close reasons on ...
Note that it says you already issued this type of flag, not directly this flag.
This is simply due to the fact how flags are categorized. You already issued a flag for closing the question. Closing as "duplicate" and closing as "too broad" both just issue close flags with all their implications (i.e. putting the question into the close vote review queue). ...
This is not a bug. The list of "linked" questions in the sidebar does not only contain links from this question to the other ones, but also links from any of the comments or answers to any other questions or answers and links from those questions or their comments and answers to this question or its answers. It basically tracks all direct connections between ...
Along with the new profile, we've been been converting sites across the Stack Exchange network to a new CSS framework. As we have been doing this there is an ongoing critical rethinking of which site elements should be custom per site vs. which should be standard across all sites. The community bulletin is one of those items that we felt wasn't necessary to ...
According to this answer on the related question on the main meta, for users below 10k reputation the review counter only shows the number of pending "Suggested Edit" review items, not the number of all review items you can act upon. So the number can indeed be lower than what you can actually review. It is not entirely clear why this is so, but it's ...
The answer can be found on meta.stackoverflow.com
Why can't I create a new tag in Mobile?
It appears that this is a deliberate design decision, and has been since the mobile site was launched (or at least October 2011 when the question was answered).
Its unlikely they will add this feature, as StackExchange are investing in developing iOS and Android ...
According to this meta-stackexchange post, to qualify for the Populist badge, you need:
it is the highest scoring answer on the question TRUE
it does not have the accepted checkmark TRUE
it has a score of 23 or more FALSE
it has more than double the score of the accepted answer TRUE
the accepted answer has a score of 11 or more FALSE
it is ...
As iandotkelly said, the close reasons got a revamp a few months back. One of the main reasons was that they should be clearer and more encouraging to the asker.
I think the most fitting substitute for "not a real question" is "unclear what you are asking".
unclear what you're asking
Please clarify your specific problem or add additional details to ...
This is a known "issue", but it's definitely by-design. The number shows the total amount of items still in the review queues, including the ones you already handled yourself but which might still need additional reviews to get removed from the queue.
This, as well as the reasoning for it, is explained in the answers to this related question, which also ...
Since the view counter is obviously just showing the number accurate to the order of thousands in that place (as noticable from the K), it's rounding to the nearest multiple of 1,000. It would be rather unfortunate to only make use of the K-shortening when it's exactly 14,000.
To get the exact number, you just visit the question and look to the top right.
It is appearing for me.
And I've confirmed that there were a total of 9 items in my review queue.
Can you confirm you have items in your queue (as you seem to have reviewed items today, perhaps there are no items in your queue at present).
In the hopes of not revealing any sensitive information here (but you asked anyway), there is no flag from you recorded for that linked question at all. Likewise does none appear in your list of flags. So according to the system you did not flag that question and if you say you did, then something's awry.
However, you did close-vote that question. So could ...