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December 19, 2018, 09:55:47 PM
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I like the idea of putting some fees to those poster that will make an ANN with rules to be followed.

let them manage their own thread so that they are oblige to maintain the spammers or else they will be locked for a specific amount of time or even pay for a penalty.

Voting Up and Down a thread would be great too but a minimum of Sr. Member and up must be eligible as they are the most experience here in the forum, not all but mostly. It needs to be transparent so people can see who up or down voted.
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January 01, 2019, 02:51:10 PM
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1. Disable posting on  altcoin announcements below Jr. member rank. Keep only read mode for newbie rank.
It would never be a solution. Can you imagine someone needs to be a member just to post in altcoin discussion will look how much shady? Newbie will just leave the forum while theymos is planning to attract newbie (people who care about decentralization and crypto) here through youtube promotion.

Most of the altcoins board threads are flooded with 20 pages or more with the same shit. I think an auto-lock after a certain page would probably work.

a minimum of Sr. Member and up must be eligible as they are the most experience here in the forum, not all but mostly.
There are a lot of Legendary with a lot of shits. And there are a lot of newbies who are more experienced than those so called Legendaries.

it's almost over a year now i request you please remove your negative now i am senior here i understand how things works here though i reported constantly scammers on bitcointalk when i found.hoe you understand Thanks
Hello, I think you should read this thread- What makes a post a HQ post. What makes a post a LQ post. ? merit - lets see??
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January 01, 2019, 05:32:51 PM
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I agreed to the idea for ordering the topic as suggested ,but there will be repercussions of it that the  topics of the most influential members who are having certainly a good intellect and knowledge will dominate the whole forum and the space for understanding and experiencing for the lower grade members will be shrunk and the attachment to the forum and new membership may jeoparadise.

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January 01, 2019, 09:47:40 PM
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Most of the altcoins board threads are flooded with 20 pages or more with the same shit. I think an auto-lock after a certain page would probably work.

Most yes, but not all. I don't think an auto-lock is the way to go, as you will end up killing some threads that will still have interesting discussion going on. Hopefully the proportion of interesting threads will increase with some of these new measure being put in place, and so the number of "false positives" that an automatic system would lock would increase. Better instead to just have a couple of dedicated mods for these boards who can increase spam removal, which will stop many threads reaching this point in the first place, and manually check and lock the ones which still become spamfests.

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January 02, 2019, 01:49:34 AM
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Most yes, but not all. I don't think an auto-lock is the way to go, as you will end up killing some threads that will still have interesting discussion going on. Hopefully the proportion of interesting threads will increase with some of these new measure being put in place, and so the number of "false positives" that an automatic system would lock would increase. Better instead to just have a couple of dedicated mods for these boards who can increase spam removal, which will stop many threads reaching this point in the first place, and manually check and lock the ones which still become spamfests.
To be honest, I rarely get there something worthy. I remember recently LoyceV and Suchmoon have merited two different post which also not too interesting to me, but those were at least real discussion, not something by the sig spammers. Although I have never participated in altcoin discussion, I check some of the time when I get enough time. I am looking for investing couple of bucks in altcoins.
If we think about moderating the board with more dedicated mods, in that case, we need at least 3 mods who will be only do this tasks. I doubt 3 can cover. You know you will not find your thread after 1 minute of posting, jk.
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January 02, 2019, 09:31:27 AM
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Many good suggestions have already been made.
Let me just weigh in, going through posts on the altcoin ANN board, there is no much merit distribution, so I do not think that should be considered when deciding which stays in top.

To reduce bumping posts should only be highlighted once it gets a unique comment. Otherwise it slips down the page.

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February 19, 2019, 11:50:34 AM
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@theymos any chance of this to be implemented anytime soon?

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