Mrinterface wrote:Ascaii wrote:emailed.
Put you on list 1.
trax wrote:Wow thats epic sir!
Id love to try a topre switch
dfxdx wrote:Progress looking good.
Mrinterface wrote:Update :
Furthermore : I also got an idea regarding the 'trustworthiness' of anyone applying for a sinklist : in order for you to receive any of these sinklist items , you need at least 1 person to vouch for you. The more (positive) vouches you get , the higher the sinklist ranking you will receive and hence the earlier you'll receive the sinklist item. You can get positive or negative vouches. If the sum is negative you will be excluded from the sinklist. When doing so, the risk of malfeasance or improper handling will be lowered since the risk is 'spread'. Note : if you vouch for someone and that someone misbehaves in some way, your vouch weight drops as well, this means the weight of your future vouches decreases....
Hmm, that means that newbies (such as me) will either have no way of entering a sinklist since they will have no one to vouch for them or if they can they will be at the very end of the list.
Two ideas: a) give one free trust point to everybody (i.e. only people with at least one negative point will b excluded); b) let people paypal you a deposit that they will get back as soon as they have successfully sent on the switches.
And I really dislike the ranking by vouches. It's your switches and thus your call of course, but this makes it effectively a game for an elite ingroup of people...
b) paypal deposit : ceesa and I already were thinking in this direction for the STBv2, but the amount of overhead ( paperwork and financial ) would cost more than the gain. Also : some people don't use paypal anymore ( ask sixty for instance... )
webwit wrote:Let people pay an insurance price of something like 10 EUR.....
Mrinterface wrote:It shows the amount of dedication to the project when one participates in this manner.
webwit wrote:Mrinterface wrote:It shows the amount of dedication to the project when one participates in this manner.
This is about philosophy and you should do as you please, but I think this is a fundamental mistake. You care about the project and process, the participants will mostly not, they just want to try some switches. They don't join to try a sinklist. Therefore the process should be as far out of the way as possible.
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