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An interesting suggestion to contemplate.

Just for reference, using data from the Perlmonks Stats page, here is how the numbers at each level would differ, if compared at this moment:

Current system Proposed system
LevelXP RangeMonks in range (when order by XP)Votes per day
(10) saint>= 3_0001 - 32240
( 9) pontiff2_300 - 2_999323 - 40435
( 8) bishop1_600 - 2_299405 - 57830
( 7) abbot1_000 - 1_599579 - 86125
( 6) friar500 - 999862 - 1_40220
( 5) monk200 - 4991_403 - 2_15016
( 4) scribe100 - 1992_151 - 2_75612
( 3) acolyte50 - 992_757 - 3_6518
( 2) novice20 - 493_652 - 5_1445
( 1) initiate<= 195_145 - 30_9050
LevelXP rangeMonks in range (when ordered by XP)Votes per day
(21) PopeHighest1100
(20) Saint>= 10_0002 - 4940
(19) Grand Inquisitor7_050 - 9_99950 - 8538
(18) Cardinal5_050 - 7_04986 - 13536
(17) Arch-Bishop3_700 - 5_049136 - 22234
(16) Bishop2_725 - 3_699223 - 34732
(15) Chancellor2_050 - 2_724348 - 44730
(14) Abbot1_560 - 2_049448 - 59128
(13) Prior1_200 - 1_559592 - 73726
(12) Parson920 - 1_199738 - 90124
(11) Vicar715 - 919902 - 1_06822
(10) Curate560 - 7141_069 - 1_29020
( 9) Deacon440 - 5591_291 - 1_45918
( 8) Hermit340 - 4391_460 - 1_67316
( 7) Friar260 - 3391_674 - 1_91914
( 6) Monk200 - 2591_920 - 2_15012
( 5) Scribe150 - 1992_151 - 2_37110
( 4) Beadle110 - 1492_372 - 2_6738
( 3) Sexton75 - 1092_674 - 3_0666
( 2) Acolyte45 - 743_067 - 3_7854
( 1) Novice20 - 443_786 - 5_1442
( 0) Initiate<= 195_145 - 30_9050

Has anyone plugged this information in the simulation script that someone posted to compare how long it would take a user to advance through the system with how long it would take through the current system?

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In reply to Re: A Proposal for Additional Levels by atcroft
in thread A Proposal for Additional Levels by Petruchio

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