then I devised the Smite 'O' Matic to automate the smiting of a particular target.
Cheers and thanks whoever smited me
now letss see how much karma do i get for posting here !
QuoteHowever, the anonymous karma system is great, it lets people see who gives good advice without having to do a lot of looking at their user history.So that would suggest that I don't give good advice which I would strongly disagree with. After over 40 years in electronics I feel that I am on my way to mastering some aspects of the subject at least.If my -ve karma is a result of people not liking me then that is a pity, but nothing to get upset about. However, if it is a result of people thinking my advice is bad then I would like the opportunity to explain to them further why they are wrong. Often there is not enough time in posts to explain the pros / cons and ins / outs of a situation but a need to offer a decision. That is what a lot of people want or need. Especially when you are a beginner as you don't have the ability to carefully consider sevral cources of action. My advice is always what I would do myself if I was in the posters position. Others may want more of a detailed explanation of advice which I gladly give. I also have some web pages set up to help people that go into more detail than a post can offer.http://www.thebox.myzen.co.uk/The other problem is that the mark goes not on the individual reply but the poster as a whole. It's aggregated and that I think makes it less useful.
However, the anonymous karma system is great, it lets people see who gives good advice without having to do a lot of looking at their user history.
Perhaps add an anonymous way to comment on why you gave the user a plus or minus karma?
well the final thing would mostly have a like or thank button thats all
Or, if that's too much effort, shortened to clicking Reply, clicking , and clicking Save.