What does "1 consecutive" mean? Seriously, you can have 2 consecutive days, but how can a singleton of anything "follow one after the other in order", when there is no "other"?
1Why gold plate something when you can go all the way and platinum plate it? ;-)– bakoyaroNov 25, 2010 at 17:02
@bakoyaro: I'm sorry?– MPelletierNov 25, 2010 at 17:08
1It is an "edge case" (a special case or boundary case or condition, for mathematicians) that was not taken care of. I would opt to say "5 days total, 1 day current streak" or something like that.– Mark CNov 30, 2010 at 1:27
This is the quantity of days you login on site in a row. When you complete 30 you earn a Enthusiast badge. For now you have no days in a row.
The word is just the same problem with "you have 1 messages". It's ugly but not important.
1I know what consecutive is, it's just that "1 consecutive" is ugly. But, as you stated, not important. Hence the nitpicking admission. Nov 25, 2010 at 18:04