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Posted on 15-10-07 16:13
Zephyr_Pure wrote:
I figure that the negative reviews will also have to accumulate more than one in order for the post to have any negative effects. It'd be silly for it to take multiple positive reviews to get CPs but, on the other hand, to only take one negative to penalize CPs.


Yeah well, there will be personal conflicts and "hbh gangs". Just search for a group of people and bully around y'know?

I think there should be ways to counter these postive/negative values, don't delegate this task to the mods.



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Posted on 15-10-07 16:22
Well, there's no way to realistically combat that without setting the bar for both positives and negatives at a high level. The only thing I could think of would be having the post require a mod response after so many negative ratings for CP penalties to happen. But, then, you have the same problem with positive ratings. Then, you're back in the same boat of mods having to regulate it.

So, what do you suggest, spyware? Smile



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Posted on 15-10-07 16:25
Alright, here goes nothing:

In order to give negative feedback you must have been awarded with an amount of positive feedback first (nothing too hard, lets say seven days of good posts will get you there).

Users that have been awarded even more positive feedback can remove feedback of others (they have to type out a reason and the person will receive a PM with the why and how).

That easy huh.



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“Since the grid is inescapable, what were the earlier lasers about? Does the corridor have a sense of humor?” - Ebert
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Posted on 15-10-07 16:30
I understand the logic behind it, As I think this project was going to be handed to me I'll see if I can implement that, But If Cheese does do it this weekend as he has suggested he may dependent on time, I can not be sure.


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Posted on 15-10-07 16:31
One cannot be too sure.



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Posted on 15-10-07 22:05
What_A_Legend wrote:
he has suggested he may dependent on time, I can not be sure.


well to be fair... i work monday - friday.. 9am - 6pm... and evenings and weekends i try my best to have a social life, so to be fair.. very little time for coding.. espically because i code 8 hours a day at my job!

but yeah, i'll see what i can do with this thumbs up/down system.


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Posted on 16-10-07 00:32
If the issue is needing developers to code the system, people like spyware and I would surely be more then happy to contribute as needed.
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Posted on 16-10-07 01:28
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If the issue is needing developers to code the system, people like spyware and I would surely be more then happy to contribute as needed.


I second (or is it third?) that.


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