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New Friend/Foe Moderation Power

pgpckt (312866) writes | more than 11 years ago

User Journal 1

Does this mean I was right? Here is my prediction of the web of trust system that has come about.

So, now I can individually add pluses and minuses to each of these catagories:

Friend
Fan
Foe
Freak
Friends of Friends
Foes of Friends

So, I am thinging about how to assign this new found power? Any thoughts on this?

Does this mean I was right? Here is my prediction of the web of trust system that has come about.

So, now I can individually add pluses and minuses to each of these catagories:

Friend
Fan
Foe
Freak
Friends of Friends
Foes of Friends

So, I am thinging about how to assign this new found power? Any thoughts on this?

1 comment

Watch for the double score... (1)

FortKnox (169099) | more than 11 years ago | (#4265493)

If you add a +1 to friend, +1 to a fan, a +1 to friend-of-a-friend, and a +1 to a foe of a friend, one person can get an automatic +4, because they can be all 4 of them.

Perhaps we should bring this to the attention of krow?
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