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March 06, 2018, 09:53:01 AM
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The rule I know with regards to awarding merits is that you have to give it to a constructive post. Constructive in my opinion varies from person to person as we all have our opinions towards what constructive is. What is constructive for me may not be constructive for others because they have different standards. So I guess, the responsibility and the call of judgement would be on the ones awarding the merit. I don't think mods would question your judgement, they are concerned however with exchanging of merits or merit farming for the sake of ranking up or getting bonuses from campaigns; but if proven that you are not guilty of such act, then you have nothing to worry about. Just make sure that the merit would be justified accordingly with regards tp the post.
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March 06, 2018, 10:24:09 AM
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The rule I know with regards to awarding merits is that you have to give it to a constructive post.

Nope, you don't HAVE to give merit to anyone. There is a good diversity amongst the members, and this means that reasonable/good posters stand a good chance of receiving merit from somebody here. I don't like posters who slow down my reading, so they don't get merit from me. Others seems to prefer the aesthetics of a post that is designed to be an art form. You take your chances if you think you can jazz up mediocre content with pretty formatting. Smiley

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March 06, 2018, 02:52:17 PM
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Without having to back up his so called "rules". Decided to change topic.


As simple as that, im just answering the question OP gave prior to my knowledge. Self proclaim rule is rather amusing.

No one said you aren't answering O.P question.

it is not about backing up the information I also answer O.P question to the best of my knowledge without adding unnecessary opinion that could be misleading, sometimes we need to be perspectively capable of deciphering subtle meaning in a post to comprehend what it really wants to convey.
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March 06, 2018, 06:01:18 PM
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The rule I know with regards to awarding merits is that you have to give it to a constructive post. Constructive in my opinion varies from person to person as we all have our opinions towards what constructive is. What is constructive for me may not be constructive for others because they have different standards. So I guess, the responsibility and the call of judgement would be on the ones awarding the merit. I don't think mods would question your judgement, they are concerned however with exchanging of merits or merit farming for the sake of ranking up or getting bonuses from campaigns; but if proven that you are not guilty of such act, then you have nothing to worry about. Just make sure that the merit would be justified accordingly with regards tp the post.

That is the beauty of the system in my opinion. Members are saying that it is hard to find others thinking on the same lines or agreeing to the post made. But since merit is not accumulated in hands of single person, everyone has fair chance with the system.  And if you are not able to impress anyone with your posts, you need to work on your posts. Sometimes it juts might be the writing skills. I have seen some members making really good posts but they do not format it well.
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