Many monks (including myself) have made it clear that they are feedback junkies. I would love to see a "Highest Reputations" page. It could break things out into four categories:
- Highest average reputations
- Highest average reputations on initial nodes (those who post the best questions|ideas (i.e. not responses)
- Overall averages for above two categories
- Your personal averages in the first two categories
Using this, we may find out that a third level monk has a great posts and be more likely to heed him/her.
This would also allow us to see how we are doing. If the average rep on a post is 5.62 and we're averaging 2.1, we know that we may want to figure out why our posts are not highly regarded.
I suspect that such a page would generate a lot of hits and due to the nature of the query, would probably be hard on the server. Perhaps it could be run once a day/week and have a heading like Highest Reputations as of 18 June 2000.
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