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January 31, 2018, 04:55:09 PM
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You can tell it's had positive effects already by the number of shitposters complaining about it. Only lazy/low quality posters complain because they know it's going to be very difficulty for them to rank up or at the very least they're not going to have to start putting effort into their posts that also needs to be recognised by others. To your average illiterate generic shitposter this will be nigh on impossible.

Yes I think so, this system was created to improve the quality of posts of everyone here and to clean up this forum. And when I have read some posts and comments of some users, I can say that many are trying to adapt the new system and trying to improve the quality of their posts.

I think so, in some part merits system has still a positive impact because these could measure the quality of these posts in the bounty program.

The effects of this merit system is yet to be find out. For now I think it's still on acceptance testing. I find this new system very challenging as there are slim chance of being given with merit so I really have to work hard for it. I hope that this merit system really serves its purpose of cleaning the forum.

I wonder what are the odds you are all the same person? All on the same campaign and all registered in September 2017  Roll Eyes.

The post quality (in my opinion) has dramatically increased around here since the new system was implemented. I’ve seen much less shitposting from people.

I think it’s a massive positive to be perfectly honest. 

Shitposting will naturally decrease because previously any old shitpost would count towards activity/post count but now these sorts of posts will get them nowhere so they know they can't easily rank up this way anymore. Now all we need to work on is getting campaigns to not pay for shitposts and the forum will clean itself up.

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January 31, 2018, 06:33:55 PM
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Dont you think that the merit system is too superficial?
Why not improve it and do really useful and understandable.
What do you think about my idea? https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2851171.0
It seems to me that this will help to make such a system of merit, which everyone will like.

I do not think that it is a good idea to hijack this thread and add your thread link here. You should have simple mentioned your idea in brief.

I think merits have really positive effects to all users, especially to those have joined signature campaigns. Because they are pushed through to participate with  quality post that may really help others to get info from them.

I think signature campaigns already have a lot of applicants to choose from. They used to reject profiles with spammy behavior in the past as well. Now with this additional requirement, we can expect more refined selection.
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