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02-10-2009 02:15 AM
Tankman
Re: Spreading Reputation



I keep getting that stupid error message now. And I think I have at least 7 hrs left too

Also, may I voice my displeasure with the 30 second rule and the 60 second rule and every other draconian measure in place on this board.

Also, I would have liked to comment on the election of moderators, but you locked the thread. So I'll have to voice my approval of this right here.
11-21-2008 10:03 PM
SloKid
Re: Spreading Reputation

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Originally Posted by Taejin View Post
Maybe a noob question, but here goes: what is the purpose of reputation here? It seems to me that everybody have the same level (reputation beyond repute)?
With every rep you get a certain amount of points (one tenth of the points the person repping you has, minus 1/20 for a bad rep), there are actually various reputation levels that you get to after reaching a certain amount of points, but as they are set pretty low, they are easy to reach, so quickly everyone has a reputation beyond repute and soon reaches the maximum amount of points (2147483647).

Anyway that all means little, reps are just used as a quick message system or showing someone you agree or don't with their posts.

And for those, who don't know the limit, you have 10 per day and you have to rep 20 people before repping someone again.
11-21-2008 01:16 PM
Naranoc
Re: Spreading Reputation

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Originally Posted by JolánGagó View Post
What does it mean? Who makes it red? mods?
Nope, other posters by repeatedly badrepping you.
11-21-2008 11:40 AM
JolánGagó
Re: Spreading Reputation

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Originally Posted by Naranoc View Post
(unless you have a red bar, which is probably for a valid reason )
What does it mean? Who makes it red? mods?
11-21-2008 07:49 AM
Naranoc
Re: Spreading Reputation

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Originally Posted by Taejin View Post
Maybe a noob question, but here goes: what is the purpose of reputation here? It seems to me that everybody have the same level (reputation beyond repute)?
As a convenient way of sending messages to other people without the hassle of PMs . No one really bothers with 'reputation' itself, which is just as it should be, IMO (unless you have a red bar, which is probably for a valid reason )
11-20-2008 07:06 PM
Time Violation
Re: Spreading Reputation

Maybe a noob question, but here goes: what is the purpose of reputation here? It seems to me that everybody have the same level (reputation beyond repute)?
08-25-2008 05:35 PM
Truc
Re: Spreading Reputation

We used to have more than one page, maybe that's why Neely is saying that. We could see all the older reps. But not anymore.
08-25-2008 05:13 PM
Aenea
Re: Spreading Reputation

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Originally Posted by Neely View Post
Relax, a bad rep is only like a feeback of a poster or to express dislike of a poster or so. You're only losing a few reputation points, and it has no consequences and you won't see it anymore as soon as you get enough reps to knock it off the first page of your User CP.
Is there a second page of User CP? I can't see mine
08-21-2008 02:43 PM
but-it's-ok
Re: Spreading Reputation

Thanks for the reassurance Neely
08-21-2008 01:49 PM
Neely
Re: Spreading Reputation

Relax, a bad rep is only like a feeback of a poster or to express dislike of a poster or so. You're only losing a few reputation points, and it has no consequences and you won't see it anymore as soon as you get enough reps to knock it off the first page of your User CP.
08-21-2008 09:40 AM
but-it's-ok
Re: Spreading Reputation

I've had my 1st bad rep,and it was uncalled for to say the least.. I have a feeling that bad reps arent monitored Can someone reassure me?
08-03-2008 08:10 AM
Aenea
Re: Spreading Reputation

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Originally Posted by luxsword View Post
Bad reps should be limited the way it is, but good rep should be unlimited.
I second that. There aren't too many posters I'd like to good rep and I'm not writing to many posts. Why should you limit the good reps? If I find a great post and I have recently good rep the poster I should either write a post like "Oh yeah I agree with you" or send him/her a PM.
07-30-2008 12:27 PM
Eden
Re: Spreading Reputation

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Originally Posted by luxsword View Post
And I'd like to be able to see ALL the reps I was given, too, cause the old ones vanish
Just copy your reps into Microsoft Word and store them up So can have a look at old reps whenever you want
07-29-2008 06:29 PM
Okonsky
Re: Spreading Reputation

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Originally Posted by Deck View Post
I support all of this 100 %.
+ 100 %
07-29-2008 12:33 AM
Ivanatis
Re: Spreading Reputation

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Originally Posted by luxsword View Post
Bad reps should be limited the way it is, but good rep should be unlimited.
And I'd like to be able to see ALL the reps I was given, too, cause the old ones vanish
I support all of this 100 %.
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