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reputation and warnings - Zig - Feb 16, 2012 09:41
I see the new threads have the above: what bells do we need to ring to make these puppies move!?
RE: reputation and warnings - Toad - Feb 16, 2012 18:20
Heh heh - I have almost 7% of all the Shuttertalk posts since the beginning of time, and my reputation is 0. If I "report" your post, Zig, maybe that will trigger a warning and raise your reputation to "young offender".
RE: reputation and warnings - Toad - Feb 16, 2012 18:22
There you go, Zig - now you have a reputation of "1" thanks to me...
RE: reputation and warnings - shuttertalk - Feb 16, 2012 19:13
Hehe yes, on the bottom left of each post, there's an obscure button.
Click it and you'll have the opportunity to add either a positive or negative reputation to a user.
I'm still getting used the software myself but I think warnings are only given by moderators and admins, if you're being naughty.
RE: reputation and warnings - Zig - Feb 17, 2012 09:11
Outstanding!!(yeahyeah, do me, do me, etc
We could have a Badass of the Year award!
(er, that's not a naughty word in the US is it?)
Awthanks!: now gotta very small reputation
Ha! I bite my thumb at those of no reputation whatsoever!...weeehee...I'm melllltttting, etc; ...but of course, size doesn't matter....
RE: reputation and warnings - shuttertalk - Feb 17, 2012 10:31
Hey, contain your enthusiasm there, or I may have to give you a warning!
RE: reputation and warnings - NT73 - Feb 17, 2012 12:50
When you get a warning do you lose a rep point.
Not that I care about rep points, or the number of posts. More to do with the content.
RE: reputation and warnings - shuttertalk - Feb 17, 2012 13:56
They are independent. Reputation allows users to rate other users for their friendliness, helpfulness and knowledge. Warnings are a way for mods and admins to warn others that this person's behaviour may be suspect.
Although I assume that if both systems were in full use, both would naturally correlate.