Thought #1 - It might be nice to see a breakdown of the reputation of
a 'controversial' node, with both ++ and -- votes (say a
node with more than one of both). It's quite likely that
such a node merits further discussion :-)
Thought #2 - You can vote on a node, no matter how ancient
it is. I suspect people very rarely vote on a node once it
gets old. As the reputation of a node may be useful in
helping someone searching the archives for an answer to
a question, it would be good if the voting system timed
out, and you could see the reputation for all nodes over,
say, one month old, but no longer vote on them.
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