From: zakolus zahn (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Mar 18 2008 - 20:26:29 MDT
And now to fix my own typos, I mean reputation, and to clairfy.. anonymous
users can submit rep, through a captcha, but, it won't have any effect on
the registered user market, which basically is basically what will be
displayed.. or we can keep anonymous users out all together.. although some
people may wish to not show who they are.. and therefore they can submit rep
as "anonymous" and prevent anyone from knowing who sent that rep, so that
people won't seek revenge.
On Tue, Mar 18, 2008 at 8:24 PM, zakolus zahn <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I rarely ever reply to this mailing list.. but, I'll give it a go..
> I have read Charles Stross's Accelerando, and I generally loved it, and to
> me, the idea of a reuptation market can be good, if we can keep negative
> spammers from the system.. ie... Somebody doesn't like said person here,
> they set up a spam bot with proxies and user registration and set to work on
> lowering a persons Rep and raising their own.. It could be combated,
> potentially, by setting up higher-end captchas on both Rep submission and
> account registration, and have a place for none-registered anonymous users,
> veruses verified regular users..
> also, a good API could be built around the digg.com "digg it" idea, except
> that on every page there is a top 10, of who is the highest rated.. if you
> wish I can work on an html/php combination that would be a test protocol..
> Thanks - Zakolus
> On Tue, Mar 18, 2008 at 9:47 AM, Diego Navarro <email@example.com>
> > I have drafted out a modest proposal.
> > http://dayvancowboy.org/agalmos
> > Not spammy, I promise. Just a simple HTML page. No profit, I'd like to
> > see it discussed.
> > --
> > "Writing has nothing to do with meaning. It has to do with landsurveying
> > and cartography, including the mapping of countries yet to come" (Mille
> > Plateaux 11)
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