On a first glance I'd say yes, it's unfair that I can give
a good node and an excellent node only the same vote-up.
But there might be a problem when it comes to flame
threads, and god knows this site has some (I have only
the link to
this one handy, but there are more). Consider what
might be going on if some monks might start a
showdown with their votes ...
No offence meant to anyone!
It's just that one man one vote is ok, in my own
P.S.: No objections against kudra's suggestion. I agree.
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