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First off, I agree with the other experienced monks regarding categorized voting. However, I also sympathize with Ivory and the newbies in their quest for the GOOD information.

One thing I think would help newbies out is if, until you earn your first few votes, you were able to see the reps of all the nodes and replies. As I understand it, the purpose of not showing the reps of the nodes is to not skew somebody's voting habits. But if they haven't earned any votes yet, that precaution hardly seems necessary.

*Woof*


In reply to RE: Categorized Votes by splinky
in thread Categorized Votes by ivory

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