17-11-17, 01:35 PM
(17-11-17, 12:14 PM)Necamijat Wrote: The problem here is that you're trying to solve the community with the system, rather than improving the community itself.But this is a multi-k anonymous community. How do you improve something like that?
You can't say a rating is "right" or "wrong" as it's subjective and therefore each 0.5 drive-by-rating can be justified with "I didn't like it". And besides that you are open to everyone, people don't lose anything even if they are punished and the anonymous character of the community makes finding and discussing stuff near impossible.
I mean, It's hard to improve small groups with well-known names and clear rules, but how do you improve something like RRL Oo
I think - no matter what one thinks about the status of the community itself - it's always better to prepare a system that limits the bad apples instead of hoping for only good ones...
Mountain Shelter - A story about people building a medieval town without modern knowledge or OP-Cheats.