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(OMG - this is not a post about merit!  This is a post about Activity and Trust as well)   Wink


I believe the three main pillars of a bitcointalk profile are Merit, Activity and Trust (MAT). 

Since I already rank everyone based on those attributes, I thought I would make a new attribute and call it "Recognition".

Everyone is scored 1-1000 for each pillar.  If you are not ranked you are scored 1000.  The totals are added up, and divided by three.

The result, a number from 1 to 1000 (lower is better), is your average ranking in this community - according to these three pillars anyway.  Personally, I was quite stunned at the results.  :/

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August 01, 2018, 07:44:38 PM
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I recognize the first 17 names. #18 posts on Mining/Hardware, and indeed, I don't go there.
Around Rank 100, I still recognize most of the names.
From (about) Rank 400 downwards, I recognize less than half the names.

I'd say the fastest way up this list is gaining trust, high Activity is only for people who have been here longest.

For consideration:
If you're counting the initial (airdropped) Merit, which was based on Activity, aren't you double counting Activity?

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August 01, 2018, 07:57:27 PM
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I am faceless. No one can recognize me like a fly on the wall.

Interesting to see the first non legendary at 132. Again with activity being a factor it's no surprise. I didn't recognize most of the names but the ones that stood out were escrows, campaign managers, and very active sellers.

Pretty neat metric to look at. First time I checked out your site. Nice to get a different style topic rolling in meta

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August 01, 2018, 08:20:15 PM
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There are quite a few names in the top 100 that I recognize but don't see posting much anymore.  This doesn't surprise me, given how bad the forum has become, and they're not exactly sig campaigners who are earning money here.  Some of the names I don't recognize at all and I'm assuming they made a name for themselves early on and haven't been active, or they post in sections I don't visit.  There are a lot of people in the collectibles and mining sections that I'm not familiar with.  It's amazing how provincial I've become, even on the internet.  Hell, even on a single website!

Nice compilation, Vod.

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August 01, 2018, 08:34:51 PM
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Idk if this is an issue or not, I don't see a lot of names,after doing Ctrl+F,like say hilariousetc or HCP and the highest rank I see is 921 Huh ?

Interestingly at least 725 members that are most "recognized" are Legendary members.

Vod, the new site looks pretty cool and is user friendly. Nice job.

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  It's amazing how provincial I've become, even on the internet.  Hell, even on a single website!



Yeah, that`s what precisely came to my mind at the first look. I used to spend all my time in the tech discussions boards, and now I´m engaging with the forum and actually caring for it. The people differ a lot from board to board!! It`s like moving from one village to another!!

I do love Vod`s work. Awesome, man, thanks. Also, it is interesting to see how many accounts are "sleeping" right now. As said, probably is due to the bad state of the forum, but I prefer to think that, somehow, they are spreading the "Bitcoin word" just in another side Wink

Thanks, Vod. I`ve come to understand how my social life works in here, and also it looks like a pretty awesome tool for forum investigations too.

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August 01, 2018, 09:06:14 PM
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Yay I beat Jet Cash! (actually didn't expect my name to be on that list though)...

This is quite interesting to see how all of the staff are near the top but aren't all there (and cyrus also isn't taking the number 2 slot as I'd expect).

Interestingly at least 725 members that are most "recognized" are Legendary members.

I'm guessing this is due to both the activity and merit parts. And also, you're more likely to gain trust if you're here for a longer amount of time.

In person, if someone sees you often enough and gets to know you then you start to be able to trust them and it's similar with the online world. If you see someone continuously here and posting well then you'll begin to trust them also (I think) - especially with individual interactions with people.


@Vod if this list gets reupdated continuously, it'll be interesting to see how much it'll change in the coming months - maybe we could get a monthly snapshot on an archive site as a comparison?

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August 01, 2018, 09:39:33 PM
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I have remember probably I had mail you about something similar. I was suggest for a list of most active user. Anyway you made more than I expect.

Great job. Easily can find any user information.

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August 01, 2018, 10:14:50 PM
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Great feature, but there's something wrong with the list.
Positions in the left column does not correspond to the those in the right column. See below.
https://imgur.com/gallery/fqWXO2X

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There is one newbie on the list. deftnerd. IRL Adam Brown.

He has only 8 posts, no merit. Last time he logged was on October 09, 2017. But he received a lot of green trusts from his topic, where he sold steam codes


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There is one newbie on the list. deftnerd. IRL Adam Brown.

He has only 8 posts, no merit. Last time he logged was on October 09, 2017. But he received a lot of green trusts from his topic, where he sold steam codes

That's not really even that much trust..

Is Vod's code biased towards trust from Theymos?
It also counts untrusted feedback? Counts age beyond 10 months?
Or just a glitch..
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There is one newbie on the list. deftnerd. IRL Adam Brown.

He has only 8 posts, no merit. Last time he logged was on October 09, 2017. But he received a lot of green trusts from his topic, where he sold steam codes

Consider that as an exception.

Even the most carefully designed algorithm will pick some of such users based on some particular activity or advantage associated with that member. Him getting lot of trsut through the way you mentioned strengthens the fact why one should not judge a  member only based on trust.
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there was a typo:
Thank you to jackg and iasenko for techincal troubleshooting.  (https://bpip.org/sponsor.aspx > Donations to the Project )
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August 02, 2018, 09:56:00 AM
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I think it's the avatars that are recognised, rather than the member. Blows you out if you use your avatar for bounty promotion. It means you don't have a unique identity. Smiley

I was thinking of starting a "who's avatar is this? " contest, but I think I'll let somebody else do it.

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August 02, 2018, 10:01:34 AM
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I was thinking of starting a "who's avatar is this? " contest, but I think I'll let somebody else do it.

That would be fun. Sort of like a ‘How well do you know Bitcointalk’ quiz.

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That would be fun. Sort of like a ‘How well do you know Bitcointalk’ quiz.

Go for it.

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I don't accept this to be correct, people can game, merit, trust and activity, we even have 2 well-known trust farmers/abusers here. Wink

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August 02, 2018, 07:43:08 PM
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I think it would have been the activity/rank metric that kept nullius off the list.

I see some trust and a lot of earned merit but not enough to overcome the lack of activity.

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August 02, 2018, 09:01:36 PM
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I think it would have been the activity/rank metric that kept nullius off the list.

I see some trust and a lot of earned merit but not enough to overcome the lack of activity.

I am surprised that nullius isn't there but this guy(newbie) is: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=95463. nullius has more activity, same trust(sort of), and more merit than him. Vod did you take potential activity into count?

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August 02, 2018, 09:48:29 PM
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I am surprised that nullius isn't there but this guy(newbie) is: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=95463. nullius has more activity, same trust(sort of), and more merit than him.
It's based on the average of 3 different rankings. nullius is 628th most trusted, but doesn't even show up on most Activity and most Merit(ed). I think the airdropped Merit shouldn't count, that would put nullius a lot higher. Now many Legendary accounts fill the top 1000 because of the initial Merit, just like old accounts fill the Activity already.

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