I have a couple of questions concerning the score for specific tags, and the corresponding tag badges.
It appears that community wiki (CW) answers do not count towards tag badges, even when they answer a non-CW question — I can give examples if required. I do not know if this is the intended behaviour. Nevertheless, it appears to give a poor account of the situation, e.g. for users who use CW answers as a method to not gain reputation (granted, most of these users are probably not interested in badges).
Question 1: Why do CW answers in non-CW questions not count for tag badges? What are your personal opinions regarding this?
The score for each tag (which determines the awarding of the corresponding tag badge) is shown on each user's profile page. The hover text for each tag score in every user's profile says (the numbers are made up, and will differ in reality): "... Answered 3 non-wiki questions with a total score of 16." Again, this score (16 in the example) does not actually take into account any CW answer, even on non-CW questions.
Question 2: If CW answers do not count towards the tag score, should the above hover text be modified to become an accurate description of the score? E.g. the above could become "... Gave 3 non-wiki answers with a total score of 16."