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Friends and Foes

VTBassMatt (761333) writes | more than 9 years ago

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I mark friends and foes on Slashdot mainly so I can apply some personal moderation modifiers to people whom I find insightful or people I agree/disagree with. Someone I marked as "foe" took the time to respond (insightfully) to my journal, and that's a big deal to me, so I changed my relationship to "friend" so I can see that user's writing in the future. How are other people using their friend/foe tags?I mark friends and foes on Slashdot mainly so I can apply some personal moderation modifiers to people whom I find insightful or people I agree/disagree with. Someone I marked as "foe" took the time to respond (insightfully) to my journal, and that's a big deal to me, so I changed my relationship to "friend" so I can see that user's writing in the future. How are other people using their friend/foe tags?

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