I'm just going to say it.
The community-wiki auto conversion sucks. And it's not (really) the rep, either.
I can accept that CW upvotes don't really count toward tag badges (even though it's a little weird), though I definitely think that votes before the CW conversion should count.
However, here's the problem requirement: Must have 20 non-wiki answers.
So, it looks like I'm not too far away, but I'm still quite irked by this whole auto-conversion thing. Why? Because I don't tend to answer questions that are pile-on polls like https://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/questions/38505/most-overhyped-software-engineering-technologies-and-concepts-of-the-last-20-year. But every once in a while, I do get a decent answer in on a question which becomes highly viewed, and how am I rewarded? Community wiki! (that one stopped at 16 answers... ugh.)
This is not an "we should change the whole system to benefit me" post. I understand that rep should not be dished out like mad to posts with a hockey-puck view trajectory. But I really wish the auto-conversion would not slap the answerers on those posts which barely ever reach the 15 answer limit. After all, that's most really good questions given enough time.