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May 28, 2013, 11:50:05 AM
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This is exactly what the forum needed thank you theymos finally the forum gets a feedback score!!!
Hopefully you can only rate members you agree to trade with? if not i will donate to get the feature added.

You can rate anyone, read through the thread and all will be explained.
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May 28, 2013, 07:30:25 PM
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This is exactly what the forum needed thank you theymos finally the forum gets a feedback score!!!
Hopefully you can only rate members you agree to trade with? if not i will donate to get the feature added.

You can rate anyone, read through the thread and all will be explained.

God damn.... BOO HISS. f me in the a, that sucks.. Theymos it is simple make a trade button both people enter terms both hit accept hitting accept is a binding agreement.. then you can rate the trade. f!@# how hard is that. 
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May 28, 2013, 07:45:46 PM
Last edit: May 28, 2013, 09:03:10 PM by Matthew N. Wright
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This is exactly what the forum needed thank you theymos finally the forum gets a feedback score!!!
Hopefully you can only rate members you agree to trade with? if not i will donate to get the feature added.

You can rate anyone, read through the thread and all will be explained.

God damn.... BOO HISS. f me in the a, that sucks.. Theymos it is simple make a trade button both people enter terms both hit accept hitting accept is a binding agreement.. then you can rate the trade. f!@# how hard is that.  

This. Transaction related feedback is the only feedback anyone should care about imo, otherwise it becomes a political tool and popularity contest, or completely spammable like bitcoin-otc.

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May 28, 2013, 08:49:33 PM
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Hi, I am trying to figure out how this trust works, is there a simple way to add people to your trust list, or do you have to type each one in the box in the "trust settings" page?

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May 28, 2013, 08:56:34 PM
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I've been typing everyone in, I don't think there is a button for it yet.

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May 29, 2013, 12:51:47 AM
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I've been typing everyone in, I don't think there is a button for it yet.

theymos, should be fairly simple to have something like this... right?  I'd say have it on their trust page, so it's easy for people to add, but not easily able to add by accident.
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May 29, 2013, 01:18:12 PM
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I've been typing everyone in, I don't think there is a button for it yet.

theymos, should be fairly simple to have something like this... right?  I'd say have it on their trust page, so it's easy for people to add, but not easily able to add by accident.

Yeah, I went to the trust page expecting there to be some sort of button "Trust this person", it took me a few times confusedly going back to people's trust pages and the trust setting page to finally figure out I could edit the list by typing in the box.

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May 29, 2013, 01:57:42 PM
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I've been typing everyone in, I don't think there is a button for it yet.

theymos, should be fairly simple to have something like this... right?  I'd say have it on their trust page, so it's easy for people to add, but not easily able to add by accident.

Yeah, I went to the trust page expecting there to be some sort of button "Trust this person", it took me a few times confusedly going back to people's trust pages and the trust setting page to finally figure out I could edit the list by typing in the box.

A "Trust" button should mean that you trust the person as far as giving them feedback, not that you want to simply display whom they trust for feedback. This "Trust" title is so misleading.

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May 29, 2013, 02:55:57 PM
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I've been typing everyone in, I don't think there is a button for it yet.

theymos, should be fairly simple to have something like this... right?  I'd say have it on their trust page, so it's easy for people to add, but not easily able to add by accident.

Yeah, I went to the trust page expecting there to be some sort of button "Trust this person", it took me a few times confusedly going back to people's trust pages and the trust setting page to finally figure out I could edit the list by typing in the box.

A "Trust" button should mean that you trust the person as far as giving them feedback, not that you want to simply display whom they trust for feedback. This "Trust" title is so misleading.

So have the button say "Trust this person's feedback" to make it clear what the button does.

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May 29, 2013, 04:07:11 PM
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I've been typing everyone in, I don't think there is a button for it yet.

theymos, should be fairly simple to have something like this... right?  I'd say have it on their trust page, so it's easy for people to add, but not easily able to add by accident.

Yeah, I went to the trust page expecting there to be some sort of button "Trust this person", it took me a few times confusedly going back to people's trust pages and the trust setting page to finally figure out I could edit the list by typing in the box.

A "Trust" button should mean that you trust the person as far as giving them feedback, not that you want to simply display whom they trust for feedback. This "Trust" title is so misleading.

So have the button say "Trust this person's feedback" to make it clear what the button does.

Exactly, and as an earlier poster said, this "Trust" thing is kind of unnecessary when you could just lock in the opinions of people whom did transactions with you by agreeing through the forum to exchange feedback on transactions. Press a button, agree to contract between two people, optional escrow, leave feedback, done. No need to trust anyone else's potentially political bias through negative feedback.

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May 29, 2013, 05:10:52 PM
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So have the button say "Trust this person's feedback" to make it clear what the button does.

Exactly, and as an earlier poster said, this "Trust" thing is kind of unnecessary when you could just lock in the opinions of people whom did transactions with you by agreeing through the forum to exchange feedback on transactions. Press a button, agree to contract between two people, optional escrow, leave feedback, done. No need to trust anyone else's potentially political bias through negative feedback.

I think you have it backwards. the "trusted feedback" is not meant to protect against superfluous negative feedback, it protects against sock-puppet positive feedback gaming the system. I can make a bunch of accounts and give myself rave reviews, but those would all show up as "untrusted feedback" since you have no reason to trust any of those accounts, and thus you would still want to be wary of me.

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May 29, 2013, 05:20:57 PM
Last edit: May 29, 2013, 06:10:41 PM by deslok
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So have the button say "Trust this person's feedback" to make it clear what the button does.

Exactly, and as an earlier poster said, this "Trust" thing is kind of unnecessary when you could just lock in the opinions of people whom did transactions with you by agreeing through the forum to exchange feedback on transactions. Press a button, agree to contract between two people, optional escrow, leave feedback, done. No need to trust anyone else's potentially political bias through negative feedback.
I think you have it backwards. the "trusted feedback" is not meant to protect against superfluous negative feedback, it protects against sock-puppet positive feedback gaming the system. I can make a bunch of accounts and give myself rave reviews, but those would all show up as "untrusted feedback" since you have no reason to trust any of those accounts, and thus you would still want to be wary of me.

While i understand that we need some form of system, this one is absurd, the default trust dept being auto set to two is going to do little to nothing, make me decide to trust people theymos trusts specifically without suddenly trusting everyone that hostfat does(i think default trust shouldn't exist at all ...)

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May 30, 2013, 02:45:01 PM
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Congrats Theymos, you just invented Ripple™  Grin

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May 30, 2013, 02:57:30 PM
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Congrats Theymos, you just invented Ripple™  Grin

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May 30, 2013, 06:27:50 PM
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The other "flaw" is that like on Ebay, you are nervous to give someone a bad review because payback is a b*tch. Alot of people will not buy from someone with less than a 99% positive.

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May 31, 2013, 02:01:12 PM
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As Cablesaurus accepts litecoin as a payment method. Could you add to the trust system, Risked LTC? I traded LTC for a powered adapter with him, and had to put Risked LTC into the comments section.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=3784

Thanks in advance.
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May 31, 2013, 02:02:59 PM
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As Cablesaurus accepts litecoin as a payment method. Could you add to the trust system, Risked LTC? I traded LTC for a powered adapter with him, and had to put Risked LTC into the comments section.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=3784

Convert the LTC to BTC using the exchange rate at the time of rating.

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May 31, 2013, 02:09:39 PM
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As Cablesaurus accepts litecoin as a payment method. Could you add to the trust system, Risked LTC? I traded LTC for a powered adapter with him, and had to put Risked LTC into the comments section.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=3784

Convert the LTC to BTC using the exchange rate at the time of rating.

Yea, see the problem is, I didn't risk BTC. I risked LTC. But I will leave it at that. Thanks Theymos Smiley.

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Imo, that would be a form of lieing.
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May 31, 2013, 02:14:05 PM
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Imo, that would be a form of lieing.

No, because the "Risked BTC" field is only meant to indicate how much value you risked. It doesn't matter what currency you used. You could even use that field for a barter transaction where no BTC was involved.

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May 31, 2013, 03:20:14 PM
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Imo, that would be a form of lieing.

No, because the "Risked BTC" field is only meant to indicate how much value you risked. It doesn't matter what currency you used. You could even use that field for a barter transaction where no BTC was involved.


I'm not being shitty, might sound like it, but I'm not. You're entitled to your opinion, as much as I am. Imo, it's considered lieing.
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