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August 24, 2018, 01:03:26 PM
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Why instead of showing the trust score only on that section you do not show it on the whole forum?
Even if Theymos activates the visualization in this section, scammers will change section to avoid it. Prevention is better than cure so maybe it's better to enable it on the whole forum.

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August 24, 2018, 01:08:45 PM
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and enable viewing trust everywhere including default trust for visitors in some sections...
Agree with this suggestion as well.  We've seen people find "deals" on bitcointalk without even registering, and they can't see any trust as a guest.  It doesn't seem to happen a whole lot but there's no reason I can think of why trust shouldn't be shown.  I think it ought to be displayed in all sections and without having to be logged in.

Why instead of showing the trust score only on that section you do not show it on the whole forum?
I think it should be.  As I said, there's really no reason not to show it everywhere.  At least I've never heard a good argument.

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August 24, 2018, 01:20:58 PM
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People are starting to use that area to post scams, since you cannot see their trust ratings.

"Project Development" often involves coin changing hands, so people should be able to see who is not trustworthy.

Theymos hear my prayer...

You are doing it wrong, to hear your prayer you have to add "@theymos" in the subject. Tested twice, both times worked for me Wink

I asked some time ago why the Trust should be hidden at all, it does't matter if you are dealing with money or not.
Like in B&H someone asks for help with recovering bitcoins from a old wallet, a scammer offers help and bang, newbies have no idea what will happen. Sure it's their problem but you have to know who you are dealing with before you accept help.

I know, I know, never share your private keys/passwords with anyone, but have you seen a desperate newbie with a few bitcoins locked.

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August 24, 2018, 01:32:39 PM
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I was actually thinking the same thing. Why would such trust ratings are hidden in some board. Which is in fact it has always been may basis(or too most of us here) to why we should trust that person. Even if the conversion does not involve money at first but still can be a potential prey for hacking specially for the newbies.

So i suggest to open it up to all boards and not just on the one the vod requested. I will be praying for the additional of vod's request.

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August 24, 2018, 02:09:42 PM
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- Trust should be shown everywhere

Not really. It would have a negative influence on how users perceive others. In a perfect world users would judge a user on what they have written, but that really isn't the case. We aren't all rational, and users jump to conclusions, and immediately discredit anyone with negative trust. Regarding the signature campaigns, then maybe. Maybe it would be best if we just disallowed them. It would be a pity though.


Let's be honest here for a second: This whole forum has a slightly negative influence. A place to scam, a place to spam, a place for everything that is "grey" or simply overlooked. Yes, there are some spots between all that dirt but they are getting smaller. Being labeled all the time, might force people to think first. I know it's not perfect as with all the ongoing personal bitchfights the view is wrecked unless you customize your trust view.

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August 24, 2018, 05:06:18 PM
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Let's be honest here for a second: This whole forum has a slightly negative influence. A place to scam, a place to spam, a place for everything that is "grey" or simply overlooked. Yes, there are some spots between all that dirt but they are getting smaller. Being labeled all the time, might force people to think first. I know it's not perfect as with all the ongoing personal bitchfights the view is wrecked unless you customize your trust view.
The forum might not be in a great way currently. There's definitely issues, and everyone knows this. But, honestly I don't see the benefit of introducing something which would affect how users perceive one another in sections which are irrelevant to trust.

I'm not a fan personally. I can see your frustration, but I don't think this is the way to go about it.

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August 24, 2018, 10:52:29 PM
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I think you misunderstood what I'm explaining and I missed a comma when separating a long sentence. Now it is corrected and I'm not talking about the removal of DT member, but the red trust gave by that DT member for the particular user who not found guilty after an investigation.
No DT member tags someone who isn't a scammer. If there's an accusation going on, the tag stays for a little while, after the accusation is cleared and if the user in question isn't guilty. He won't be getting any negative for that.

I think you choose the decontextualized way of debating. We all know what "theymos" said about the trust system. I am talking about when giving away your merits, we don't need to consider the red trust of that user.
Read this: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3377342.msg35493406#msg35493406

You can get negative trust for merit abusing, theymos has approved it. IIRC, he told to tag only obvious merit abusers, otherwise, give users the benefit of the doubt.

The forum might not be in a great way currently. There's definitely issues, and everyone knows this. But, honestly I don't see the benefit of introducing something which would affect how users perceive one another in sections which are irrelevant to trust.

I'm not a fan personally. I can see your frustration, but I don't think this is the way to go about it.
Yeah, trust shouldn't be shown in all sections. There are neg. rated members who have good knowledge(I am not talking about you, QS). For example, Last of the V8's has got a lot of merits, and is a meme guy who posts in the Wall Observer thread mainly.  Grin

EDIT: Vod, you can literally ask this guy to pray for you here to get theymos to listen to you: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4632723.0;

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August 24, 2018, 11:35:17 PM
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s it possible with this type of forum to have popup mouseover? Maybe if you do not want to have the option to see a person's trust on the whole forum (even if I do not understand why) it might be useful to have a mousover window popup appears on a person's nickname. What do you think about it?

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August 24, 2018, 11:59:44 PM
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Why instead of showing the trust score only on that section you do not show it on the whole forum?
Even if Theymos activates the visualization in this section, scammers will change section to avoid it. Prevention is better than cure so maybe it's better to enable it on the whole forum.
The main idea (at least how I see) is that someone's trust score shouldn't matter in a discussion (not related with anything that envolves being trusted or requires any kind of trust).

s it possible with this type of forum to have popup mouseover? Maybe if you do not want to have the option to see a person's trust on the whole forum (even if I do not understand why) it might be useful to have a mousover window popup appears on a person's nickname. What do you think about it?
Yes. It's possible with pure HTML.

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August 25, 2018, 04:03:11 AM
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Why people need to click profile to look their trust rating? How about implement a system that showing trust score when mouse hover over the user name, instead of clicking it. I want to know can we implement this feature in new forum software.

s it possible with this type of forum to have popup mouseover? Maybe if you do not want to have the option to see a person's trust on the whole forum (even if I do not understand why) it might be useful to have a mousover window popup appears on a person's nickname. What do you think about it?

You just plagarised my idea( just kidding  Tongue). However that's what I thought too. It's useless to clicking and going for separate page for just look at the trust score.

The main idea (at least how I see) is that someone's trust score shouldn't matter in a discussion (not related with anything that envolves being trusted or requires any kind of trust).
Agreed and that's what I also explaining from the beginning of this thread. Why we clouded our judgements(when giving away Merits, when replying a thread) with the trust score of a member. (But not discussions where trust matters)

We need to shedding away our imotional or initial judgements when we see the red trust of a member and be try to appreciate where it should.
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September 10, 2018, 07:21:32 PM
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you give me red tag https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=2128667

why you delete tag him https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1730730.0 ?

how about him https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1730730.0

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September 15, 2018, 07:24:14 PM
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Considering you didn't seem willing to publicly release the amount you wanted for that account looks immensely shady.
Most of these accounts are probably cracked also so risk being recovered at some point.

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