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Interesting ideas. I had some others to add:

  1. Don't give XP for votes AT ALL. I think it encourages people to vote when they shouldn't.
  2. Provide another voting option of 00 to forfit your vote on the topic. - Sometimes i don't want to vote, but want to know how much other monks agree/disagree with a post. Most times this can be told by comments but occasionaly it would be nice
  3. Provide ++ + 00 - -- as voting options. Maybe decide based on a monks level how wide they can vary there vote. This way if one person realy aggrees, and another one kinda doesn't you get more of a feel for that. Also it would allow for an average, Average Vote: 1.2 it would also allow for weighting based on a the voting monks level
  4. If the above is done, expereince could always be based on the old model, but the average vote could be nice.
Eric Hodges

In reply to Re: Googlish approach to voting/XP? by eric256
in thread Googlish approach to voting/XP? by ajdelore

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