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September 11, 2013, 03:05:40 PM
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When and where do we discuss scammer tags? https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=287622 seems like a decent starter

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September 11, 2013, 04:12:26 PM
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Short input. I'll have much more time soon™ to code/answer again.
Trademark is upside-down.
Two Weeks is TW, not TM.

And beside trolling, I'd like to necro one of my oldest suggestions, which was:
Make all those funky functionnalities inbound.
Have you talked with theymos about that?
I really hate having monkey scripts running wild on my computer, and would much prefer a smooth integration into the smf forum code.

If you don't feel like trying and convince theymos, I'm willing to try. I'm a diplomacy beast. Grin
Do if you wish, I'm not really into negotiating

When and where do we discuss scammer tags? https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=287622 seems like a decent starter
Well... Here I guess. I don't want to spam the meta forum with BT++ threads.
Anybody wants to say something about xDeathwing?
I have not looked at this yet.

Oh wait he has -5/7 !?
Looks like you guys don't like him Grin

Ok I read the whole thread. Well, I'd prefer to give him an untrustworthy tag. It's up to you guys though.

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September 11, 2013, 10:16:06 PM
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New version, only one change
Hope you'll like it
I, for one, will use it a lot

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September 12, 2013, 12:16:36 AM
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There is a bug with the new update. The ticker constantly says 'Contacting ticker...'
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September 12, 2013, 06:16:28 AM
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There is a bug with the new update. The ticker constantly says 'Contacting ticker...'
This bug should have been solved nearly instantly (0.1.39 was published a few minutes after the buggy 0.1.38)
Could you check the version you're using? If it's 0.1.39 and the ticker is still broken tell me what is your ticker source


You should have Chrome, I forgot to create the crx file for 0.1.39
It should be working now

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September 12, 2013, 06:22:44 AM
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image upload. fuck yeah!

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September 12, 2013, 08:56:42 AM
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image upload. fuck yeah!
Did you try it?

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September 12, 2013, 09:06:23 AM
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From what I understand the +1s are per user? Or per post?  Per post would also be interesting.

IMHO it is better to only have +1 and not -1. A system with -1 failed a while ago because people were so pissed about the -1. So I think it is wise to only use +1

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September 12, 2013, 09:27:39 AM
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From what I understand the +1s are per user? Or per post?  Per post would also be interesting.

IMHO it is better to only have +1 and not -1. A system with -1 failed a while ago because people were so pissed about the -1. So I think it is wise to only use +1
Yes per user.
We are not enough (~25) to have meaningful scores per post. It will be interesting to implement that later though. With something like auto-hide if a post is below -5 or -10.

Why do you say -1 failed? What are you referring to?

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September 12, 2013, 09:31:58 AM
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From what I understand the +1s are per user? Or per post?  Per post would also be interesting.

IMHO it is better to only have +1 and not -1. A system with -1 failed a while ago because people were so pissed about the -1. So I think it is wise to only use +1
Only +1 would make this Facebook and I truly hate that rating system. Not being able to "not like" a person is stupid if you ask me. People cannot rig ratings, because they cannot vote right away. Jackjack has to send them their password.

I prefer to vote for a user and not a post he/she made. It might be useful later on, but for now, I disagree on the idea.

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September 12, 2013, 05:32:15 PM
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From what I understand the +1s are per user? Or per post?  Per post would also be int.

IMHO it is better to only have +1 and not -1. A system with -1 failed a while ago because people were so pissed about the -1. So I think it is wise to only use +1
Yes per user.
We are not enough (~25) to have meaningful scores per post. It will be interesting to implement that later though. With something like auto-hide if a post is below -5 or -10.

Why do you say -1 failed? What are you referring to?
Auto hide would be pretty bad imho. It might just be another opinion. Coloring would be nice.

There once was a rating system on this forum for a short while. The problem was that people who got -1 got pissed and randomly -1ed everybody....  Maybe with only a few members it will work but with everybody only +1 makes sense imho unless your system makes  votes from -1ed people not count or something. probably -1 would still create a bad climate.




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September 12, 2013, 05:35:43 PM
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I personally like the -1 ability. I also think that rating topics would be awesome, even with a small user-base using the script, that would make valuable topics much easier to identify.

   
     

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September 12, 2013, 05:39:38 PM
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I like the Perlmonks voting system a lot. Users get a limited amounts of votes per day and get experience points (XP) when spending those votes and when others upvote their posts. People massively downvoting is punished with a loss of XP.

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September 12, 2013, 05:46:53 PM
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image upload. fuck yeah!
Did you try it?
does not work for me Sad
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September 12, 2013, 05:48:08 PM
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I like the Perlmonks voting system a lot. Users get a limited amounts of votes per day and get experience points (XP) when spending those votes and when others upvote their posts. People massively downvoting is punished with a loss of XP.
    That looks good to me!     

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September 12, 2013, 05:57:34 PM
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Testing Upload Image.


Works Grin

I like the Perlmonks voting system a lot. Users get a limited amounts of votes per day and get experience points (XP) when spending those votes and when others upvote their posts. People massively downvoting is punished with a loss of XP.
This sounds good!

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September 12, 2013, 06:13:35 PM
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I always get "website not available" after I uploaded and inserted an IMG. strange

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September 12, 2013, 06:21:07 PM
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Auto hide would be pretty bad imho. It might just be another opinion. Coloring would be nice.
It would be opt-in and configurable

There once was a rating system on this forum for a short while. The problem was that people who got -1 got pissed and randomly -1ed everybody....  Maybe with only a few members it will work but with everybody only +1 makes sense imho unless your system makes  votes from -1ed people not count or something. probably -1 would still create a bad climate.
People can't -1 everybody here. The lists of votes are public so if someone doing this is spotted we can talk about that here and I can ban him. This is not a democracy.

I like the Perlmonks voting system a lot. Users get a limited amounts of votes per day and get experience points (XP) when spending those votes and when others upvote their posts. People massively downvoting is punished with a loss of XP.
I don't think it would fit here. The BT++ voting system is not a trust system and I think your link describes something that is more useful about trust.
I don't mind people -1ing all the scammers/beggers/spammers/etc even if they don't +1 the "positive" users.

does not work for me Sad
I always get "website not available" after I uploaded and inserted an IMG. strange
What happens? OS? Browser? BT++ version?
Where is "website not available" written? In the Upload button?

Testing Upload Image.


Works Grin
Good to hear that

BTW, look at this link: http://imgur.com/QXSxMg2
It gives the filename and the name of the uploader. (both could be manually modified though)
Should I change that?
I already put an "anonymous image upload" setting but I'm not sure whether I should put it on Yes or No by default.

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September 12, 2013, 06:28:56 PM
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BTW, look at this link: http://imgur.com/QXSxMg2
It gives the filename and the name of the uploader. (both could be manually modified though)
Should I change that?
I already put an "anonymous image upload" setting but I'm not sure whether I should put it on Yes or No by default.
I do not really care, but it might be smart to set the standard option to No. Just to avoid tinfoil people ;p

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September 12, 2013, 06:33:36 PM
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BTW, look at this link: http://imgur.com/QXSxMg2
It gives the filename and the name of the uploader. (both could be manually modified though)
Should I change that?
I already put an "anonymous image upload" setting but I'm not sure whether I should put it on Yes or No by default.
I do not really care, but it might be smart to set the standard option to No. Just to avoid tinfoil people ;p
Yeah seems better. We never know.
I guess you meant Yes though? Grin

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