The reason I came up with this is because I find some
nodes worthwhile, just not that worthwhile.
I disagree that votes become more or less valuable. They're
as valuable as you think they are. Another option is if
you vote ++<10 and it's already there, you don't spend
Several monks actually -- votes that are at certain levels
because they feel that the rep has exceeded the actual worth.
Sometimes you want to vote on a node just to see the rep
and this would allow that.
Of course you could extend the logic so that a vote with
a cap of 10 would -- a node that already has 20, or set
up some mathamatical expresion if you want to get more
Anyway, it's just an idea. I'm not attached to it.
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