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RE: Proposed XP System Changes

by Kevman (Pilgrim)
on Aug 04, 2000 at 14:08 UTC ( #26161=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Proposed XP System Changes

You could have waited one day vroom. I'm now stuck on 199 points!!!!! Oh well, theres always tomorrow :-)
Update:- Wow so many people voting against me. Nice to feel wanted


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RE: RE: Proposed XP System Changes
by atl (Pilgrim) on Aug 04, 2000 at 14:54 UTC
    Poor boy! IŽll vote you up so you can make it to monk today. ;-)

    Andreas

    UPDATE: It seems that it didnŽt work right. After my ++vote his node had a rep of 1 (which suggests that it was the first ++vote), but his XP count stuck at 199.
    UPDATE 2: See vroom's node for an explanation.

      I've looked at the voting record for this node and there were 3 negative votes, then a positive one, then your positive one. So he received the plus 1 rep from the previous ++ vote. The postbonus flag for the node is also checked so everything should be in order.

      vroom | Tim Vroom | vroom@cs.hope.edu
        Aha! Are you saying it's possible to find the total number of ++ versus -- votes on a given node? Is is possible to add that to node reputation display? Inquiring minds want to know....

        I've had quite a few nodes appear to bounce up and down in rep and I think this would be a fascinating indicator of how interesting|controversial|provocative a node is.

        Thank you for checking! :-)

        I agree with the previous posts, I'd like to see the plus and minus counts, too. After all they indicate wether or not the general opinion on a given node is unanimous or controversal.

        But that shouldn't be restricted to one's own nodes, I'd like to see them displayed every time the count is displayed. They might even be worth an own node (best nodes, worst nodes and most controversal nodes).

        What do vroom and the others think?

        Andreas

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