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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 a vote.
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 complicated.

Anyway, it's just an idea. I'm not attached to it.


In reply to Re: Choose a maximum for Rep by lemming
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