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RE: RE: Keep the vote XPs. Don't increase vote #.

by turnstep (Parson)
on May 12, 2000 at 19:00 UTC ( #11283=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to RE: Keep the vote XPs. Don't increase vote #. (kudra: No need to use all votes)
in thread Scalability of the voting system

> It certainly means more to me if I get a vote from
> someone whom I respect than if I get one from the
> person described in the previous paragraph. Or it
> would, if I knew who had voted :)

FWIW, I voted the above up. :)

You bring up some good points. Requiring cookies and checking IPs and user-agent strings could possibly detect people with multiple IDs, but it would not be foolproof. I also agree that sometimes I want to vote something down more than one (e.g. blank posts) but I don't think that giving more than one vote to a post would work. Such a system might lead to more abuse by the above-mentioned "losers". Hopefully, there will be more honest evaluations who will cancel out bad posts which have been voted up dishonestly.

I would really like to be able to see the reputation of a node before I vote. If a dumb post (IMO) has been voted up by "losers", then I would like to spend my vote to bring it down. If I have a single vote left and there are two deserving posts, I would like to vote for the one that has a reputation of (for example) "2" vs. the one with a reputation of "12"


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