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Hi

We already had various discussions in the past that Saints in our Book and Selected Best Nodes are biased to the early millennium because of the deflation of votes.

See Deflation and "Selected Best Nodes"

I'd like to provide and code a "yearly saints" page and more relevant selected nodes.

I think it's beneficial to motivate new monks instead of making them stare at some unreachable "alte kakers" who haven't been here for a decade or keep bragging about their past achievements.

  • One approach for nodes would be multiplying corrective weight per month calculated by the total number of cast votes.
  • Another having an additional saints list for the last x years only.
Other suggestions?

Cheers Rolf
(addicted to the Perl Programming Language :)
Wikisyntax for the Monastery FootballPerl is like chess, only without the dice

PS: to make it clear, this is not about me.

I'd pay money for restricting my online time here.

Update

) there seems to be a misunderstanding that I want to disable the old pages/mechanisms. That's not the case, I want to extend them with more choice. For instance is "saints" already linking to two other statistics.


In reply to Saints in our year book / Selected best recent nodes by LanX

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