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"The XP system is possibly broken, I really don't know as it seems to work okay as far as I can see. What you suggest strikes me as just as broken though. 'Punishing' the people who post the great posts because they also post small replies which don't attract XP is not going to help matters."

I don't actually think either solution is less broken than the other. What is broken is those who (ab)use the system in the way described. And I agree with the other point that has been made, most of those folks either ease up as they realise wht this site is about (continued learning), or they don't last very long. And most who hang here alot pick out the trolls and ignore them.

It's about how you use the system, not how you can (ab)use the system.

"Nothing is sure but death and taxes" I say combine the two and its death to all taxes!

In reply to Re: Re: Sudden Impressions on the Experience System by Rex(Wrecks)
in thread Sudden Impressions on the Experience System by Sigmund

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