[IMC-NYC-Editorial] Can we change the visible threshold to "zero"
manifestink at hotmail.com
Tue Jul 20 07:00:08 PDT 2004
With constant moderation, as is not the case, stories that are real could be
uprated to 3 or 5 to avoid the lone nut factor.
Now, posts are routinely uprated to 3 by those who post them meaning that 10
regular folks or five editors would need to downrate to get it off the wire
That is happening, but changing the number would make it much easier.
By the way, I need to help my grandmama today. I¹ll be back by the office in
the afternoon to go over the pages.
Either way with the moderation,
On 7/19/04 9:50 PM, "John Tarleton" <jt_indypendent at yahoo.com> wrote:
> A little too capricious. That would mean one grouchy person could bump a post
> off. I think a -2 or -3 would be a more appropriate threshhold.
> Jed Brandt <manifestink at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> Hey all --
>> I'd like to change the visible threshold on the site to 0, so that if an
>> article goes negative it doesn't show. This will make moderation easier, I
>> suspect. And will also make it easier to push articles off that don't
>> directly violate our moderation policy, but are sloppy, poorly formatted,
>> light opinion, sectarian, etc.
>> Can we discuss this online? If anyone objects, please say so.
>> The current setting is -6, which requires at least 7 people to down-rate a
>> story. That's too much.
>> The change would be to 0 so all negatives hide.
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