One of the badges available on Stack Exchange is the Archaeologist badge. This is awarded for making 100 edits on posts that had been inactive (at the time of the edit) for 6 months.
There is no indication on your profile, or elsewhere, how close you are to this badge. Here's an SEDE query that can give you a good idea of how close you are to being awarded Archaeologist:
-- Title or text edits on someone else's post -- that had been idle for 6 or more months prior with CandidateEdits as ( -- Edits the user has made to titles/body of some other user's posts. select min(ph.Id) as EditId, ph.PostId EditPost, IsNull(p.ParentId, p.Id) as EditQuestion, ph.RevisionGUID as EditGUID, ph.CreationDate as EditDate from PostHistory as ph inner join Posts as p on ph.PostId = p.Id and OwnerUserId != UserId where UserId = ##UserId:int## and PostHistoryTypeId in (4,5) --Title/Body edits. and PostTypeId in (1, 2) -- question/answer group by ph.PostId, p.Id, p.ParentId, ph.RevisionGUID, ph.CreationDate ), RelatedPosts as ( -- Posts that cannot be modified in the 6-month window select EditId, EditDate, EditGUID, EditQuestion as RelatedPost from CandidateEdits UNION select EditId, EditDate, EditGUID, Id as RelatedPost from CandidateEdits inner join Posts on EditQuestion = ParentId and PostTypeId = 2 ), Inactives as ( -- Edits that have no activity related posts in the 6 month window. -- Use Left join, and have a count of 0 select EditId, count(distinct RevisionGUID) as Invalidations from RelatedPosts Left Outer Join PostHistory on RelatedPost = PostId and CreationDate between DateAdd(mm, -6, EditDate) and EditDate and Id < EditId and RevisionGUID <> EditGUID group by EditId having count(distinct RevisionGUID) = 0 ), FirstEdit as ( -- Only one of multiple edits on the same post count toward the badge. select ce.EditPost, min(i.EditId) as EditId from CandidateEdits as ce inner join Inactives as i on ce.EditId = i.EditId group by ce.EditPost ), Revisions as ( -- Identify which revision in the system relates to the edit you made. -- convert to NVarchar to make concatenation simpler in result. select EditID, Convert(NVarchar(10), EditPost) as RevPost, Convert(NVarchar(10), count(distinct RevisionGUID)) as Revision from CandidateEdits inner join PostHistory on PostId = EditPost and Id <= EditId and PostHistoryTypeId < 10 group by EditId, EditPost ) select Rank() over (order by EditDate) as Dig, ce.EditPost as [Post Link], EditDate, 'site://revisions/' + RevPost + '/' + Revision + '|Revision ' + Revision as Revision from CandidateEdits as ce inner join FirstEdit as i on ce.EditId = i.EditId inner join Revisions as r on ce.EditId = r.EditId order by EditDate
The logic for the inactive posts is complicated: A new, or edited answer, or an edit to the question itself, resets the 'inactive' counter. The most recent change to any of the answers, or the question itself, is what is used regardless of whether you are editing the question, or one of its answers.
Edits to the tags do not count, only to the title, or body of the post.
Because you may make multiple edits to the post, we only want to display the one edit that counts, and the revision it belongs to.
All suggestions welcome