A special note for the Boonex team regarding the Point system

Profesize posted 13th of January 2010 in Community Voice. 6 comments.

Am I correct in thinking that on the previous version of Unity you could see the identity of members that awarded your blog post with either a negative or positive point and now that same point system has become anonymous or am I mistaken in thinking that?

Mr Boonex....wouldn't an open and transparent system make for a more honest method of delivering feedback and prevent those that bear a grudge from hiding behind an anonymous point system?

Just my 2 cents worth.

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Why not just get rid of negative voting all together- it really serves no purpose here.
People are voting against you here (wasn't me).
I know it's not you Caltrade.

I know who it is and as long as this point system remains anonymous, then this coward will continue to hide behind it. It would be great if Boonex actually did something about it like making all votes identifiable and then exposing this little mouse of a person.
You are taking the points system entirely too seriously, Making it public that anonymous negative votes, gets under your skin, probably delights the "coward" to no end. Personally, I like negative votes.... it let's me know that someone is annoyed and upset by me, and that gives me great satisfaction. Negative votes are more fun than positives.
Thanks HL! It's not so much the points but the way the system is set up.

It's kind of ironic that a place named Unity employs a system that encourages the negative. Though I do like your thinking.
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