It just seems to be a standard ‘feature’ of Discourse.
The higher your trust level, the more likes per day you can give. Not sure that it’s configurable without changes to the source code.
It just seems to be a standard ‘feature’ of Discourse.
Ya. I can’t say @PhilJohnson should have a high trust level, despite how likable he is. Always meddling and making peoples lives easier, and now he wants to like everything?
I dont “like” it…
@PhilJohnson having a good day …
He likes me!!! He likes me!!!
Every Like is sacred, every Like is good…
There should be musical smileys.
This is funny as hell.
Oh,wait, I can’t say that can I
1 Like % … <- Reply
So how many likes a day does it take to get that msg?
If a Like falls in a Forest… does it really make a sound?
I’m trying to find out how many it takes.
I want one of those messages too…
if a like is liked in a forest, and no one is there to like the like,was it really a like?
From the Discourse FAQ page:
Our trust system means that the community builds a natural immune system to defend itself from trolls, bad actors, and spammers — and the most engaged community members can assist in the governance of their community. We put a trash can on every street corner with a simple, low-friction flagging system. Positive behaviors are encouraged through likes and badges. We gently, constantly educate members in a just-in-time manner on the universal rules of civilized discourse."
Apparently the positive behavior encouragement is limited per day but you could flag negative things all day long…isn’t that kind of the opposite of what it should be? Shouldn’t you want unlimited encouragement and restricted flagging?
Unlimited flagging can allow for one or two members to basically ransack a community by flagging way too much yet when we want to encourage and show support with a “Like”, we are limited?
Gosh i hope not… I’d never be able to post…
Reduced ability to +1 posts for ANY reason is insane.
Even if someone is a grumpy curmudgeon and has been flagged on every post they have ever made, that is no reason to limit how many other posts they can like, even if they are liking posts that others are flagging. If you are not going to limit how much trash someone can talk (by flagging others), then do not limit how much praise they can give.
The responder speaks of trust and building up a self regulating forum and then explains why he/she thinks they need to be a dictator.
So what happens if, say, a moderator wound up getting a large number of flags on their posts? Would they be restricted from moderating until their “trust level” was brought back up? Who would review their posts to see if they were erroneously flagged? If this is to be a “self policing community”, then how does the community get to police the moderators?
I am not familiar with the flagged content that would have gotten Phil flagged, but given the amount of helpful material he has posted on the forum directly relating to the X-carve, reducing his trust level based upon flagging (for gun pics? as a project?) seems sketchy at best.
All flagged posts are reviewed by the Inventables team and then we either agree or disagree with the flag. Users are able to flag posts but they don’t stick if we determine they are not valid. I told Phil I would review all of his recently flagged posts and if there were any that were unfairly flagged or not removed when they should have been we will correct them. Simply posting a picture of a gun is not eligible to be flagged unless the image or accompanying post/content/text/other imagery in anyway violates the forum guidelines.
The trust level dropping once a user hits a certain amount of flagged posts is a function of the discourse forum platform we use. We could opt out of their defaults but generally they are in place for a good reason. We will work on improving the visibility in to your user status. Ultimately the forum guidelines that we have posted are the measure. If you have suggestions or feedback on those guidelines we will definitely listen and consider them. Here are the general guidelines again for anyone who has not had a chance to review them:
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