posted on Sep, 9 2018 @ 03:51 AM
There is of course a rather simple sollution to all this.
As it stands:
(K = Karma) K = (stars * 15) + ((flags + applause) * 10) / posts
Now everyone who looks at this methode should see pretty quickly what is going wrong here...
What we need is different colored stars:
Red star: I don"t agree with you but respect the point you bring forth
Yellow star: I like you as a member and pretty much everything you posts get starred by me
Blue star: The pity star
Green star: I don"t care what you just posted, it reinforces my point so I"m starring it
Black star: the "you took the words out of my mouth" star
White star: I read your post and wanted to let you know I got the message
Now through this simple addition of colored stars we can calculate them by their respective weight. Of course the time in which the total amount of
stars and flag collected by a certain user should be taken into account as well. But by taking the lenght of membership devided by the number of
threads started multiplied by the amount of stars (only red, blue and black of course) and |Xk − Xk−1| ≤ 1, allowing us to apply Azuma's
inequality we should get a much clearer view on who is getting all the stars and why...
Of course anybody with some basic knowledge would quickly see that this calculation isn"t complete...
I am way ahead of you....colored flags!!
edit on 2018pAmerica/ChicagoSun, 09 Sep 2018 03:53:12 -0500am305320189 by operation mindcrime because: (no reason given)