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Remove option to downvote / downrep

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xaliqen
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It could certainly be simpler than it is now.

In my opinion, spammers shouldn't have access to forums if they're abusing the posting system. I don't mean someone innocently posting something by accident, but people who purposefully abuse the system shouldn't just be allowed to do so forever.

Apr. 18, 2014
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ng
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Reporting requires admins' help and thus is way slower to work. Additionally admins cannot fully ban a user who bought some games and preventing him from posting may theoretically deprive him of support for his games. It's all not so simple... :-\

Apr. 11, 2014
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xaliqen
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IMO, the most effective way to deal with spammers is by reporting them. They shouldn't even have a place in the rep system.

Apr. 11, 2014
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What about spammers? We can at least bury them now by downrepping them.

Apr. 9, 2014
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xaliqen
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The point is pretty clear. It limits griefers down-repping or antagonizing other forum-goers.

An "up-vote only" system is actually a very simple and robust rep-system that is both difficult to abuse and easier to moderate.

Instead of moderators being called in to deal with both positive and negative rep-system abuse, they can concentrate only on the former and lessen their potential work-load.

Apr. 7, 2014
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Fronzel
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Don't see the point to this.

Apr. 7, 2014
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