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August 07, 2018, 11:07:22 AM
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550$ is also less than a average rent rate for a studio flat in the US. Also theymos doesn't care a lot about money, he could actually increase the salary/wage of the staff. Mods deserve more than just 500-1000$ per month.

I didn't mean that they were getting paid less. If you are moderating something, you must have an interest in it and even have the will to do it without any incentives.

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Patrollers are enough for now I guess, reports are usually handled quickly. Some staff might be required in un modded boards. Otherwise for now we are good.

Do you really think we are good? Just visit the Bitcoin discussion section. Almost every other topic is started by a newbie and on most occasions, its a duplicate thread of 10 other threads which were literally the same thing. I agree with hilariousetc We need shadowbanning in some sections.
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August 07, 2018, 11:11:00 AM
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I propose the forum to do the following, pay $5 per day to ten forum members reporting more than 1000 good reports per month. pick ten people and pay them a total $1,500 to have them reporting 10,000 good reports.

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August 07, 2018, 11:38:59 AM
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I propose the forum to do the following, pay $5 per day to ten forum members reporting more than 1000 good reports per month. pick ten people and pay them a total $1,500 to have them reporting 10,000 good reports.
That's a terrible incentive. It's very easy to report 1000 posts on the altcoin boards. Even if you do it without reading, at least 95% is spam so you'll hit 95% accuracy.
Reports like that aren't useful, the Mod could just as well go through a random altcoin thread on his own.

Let me put it this way: I report spammers for free Cheesy

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August 07, 2018, 11:47:21 AM
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I propose the forum to do the following, pay $5 per day to ten forum members reporting more than 1000 good reports per month. pick ten people and pay them a total $1,500 to have them reporting 10,000 good reports.

this will increase the race of reporting. It may also increase the spamming more and more. Spammer will make alternative/duplicate account for doing spam and report those from their other account for earning.
If you want to give some type of benefits ,then provide them some type bandage/sign(that is going on) in their profile according to the reporting and accuracy.

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August 07, 2018, 11:55:21 AM
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the Mod could just as well go through a random altcoin thread on his own.

But they don't do that, they wont go to threads to clean the forum.

this will increase the race of reporting. It may also increase the spamming more and more. Spammer will make alternative/duplicate account for doing spam and report those from their other account for earning.

That's why I said pick ten people, not every random beggar reporting, this is also not about myself, I can't report 1000 times in a month, any reporting I do is to help the current moderators, that's why I haven't reported much on sections without moderators.

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August 07, 2018, 12:00:00 PM
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it's very easy to report 1000 posts on the altcoin boards. Even if you do it without reading, at least 95% is spam so you'll hit 95% accuracy.
Reports like that aren't useful, the Mod could just as well go through a random altcoin thread on his own.

Exactly. It's a terrible way to incentivize patrolling. A ranking system would cut just fine.

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That's the spirit. Cheesy

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this will increase the race of reporting. It may also increase the spamming more and more. Spammer will make alternative/duplicate account for doing spam and report those from their other account for earning.
If you want to give some type of benefits ,then provide them some type bandage/sign(that is going on) in their profile according to the reporting and accuracy.

You got it all wrong. Only members above Senior rank will have the ability to approve the posts. I don't agree with digaran to reward patrollers in any way. We are only talking about shadowbanning newbies and allow patrollers to approve their posts.
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August 07, 2018, 12:00:36 PM
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But they don't do that, they wont go to threads to clean the forum.
There's no point fighting spambots one post at a time.

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August 08, 2018, 10:13:46 AM
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550$ is also less than a average rent rate for a studio flat in the US. Also theymos doesn't care a lot about money, he could actually increase the salary/wage of the staff. Mods deserve more than just 500-1000$ per month.

Well staff are seen as volunteers and not employees so you can't really consider it as a wage and the money is just a thanks for helping out. I'm sure staff wouldn't say no to a raise but if you want more money from your time here you'd be better just joining a decent paying sig campaign. Most staff should be able to get good deals from certain campaigns anyway. FortuneJack seems to be poaching most of the staff's signatures and they offer very good rates for staff with no minimum posting requirements it seems.


Do you really think we are good? Just visit the Bitcoin discussion section. Almost every other topic is started by a newbie and on most occasions, its a duplicate thread of 10 other threads which were literally the same thing. I agree with hilariousetc We need shadowbanning in some sections.

Shadowbanning would only be used to stop bots and those just writing crap like 'good project' constantly, so it wouldn't really be used for just banning low quality users but we could certainly just trash low quality threads before they show up if new users need their first posts or so approved first so it would help clean up the place I think. I've suggested to theymos he add at least one dedicated mod for the main bitcoin discussion sub and hopefully that will help things as shadowbanning in any capacity is unlikely to be implemented I think.

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