At 2/17/13 09:15 AM, Suprememessage wrote:
What gives, Newgrounds?
It seems the userbase is split in two fractions, the caring oldtime portalists (like me and you and Bahamut) who try to vote justly and wish that the system would work as efficiently as it did a couple of years ago in sorting out the crap, and the overwhelming base of new users who tend to like everything and fiven it, some to get automatic save points, but most of them I believe just as a good gesture towards the creator. It's been posted about earlier, but obviously it's still an ongoing problem. I have a few suggestions as to how to possibly solve the 'issue':
- During the UJ stage, 0s and 1s could gain increased downvoting power, to make up for overwhelming amount of automatic 5s.
- Users could be educated on the importance of the voting system, maybe though a quick guide in the wiki? The current system doesn't really detail the importance of it.
- The "You blammed this submission!" animation could make a re-appearance, motivating users to downvote submissions not worthy of submission knowing that they may be awarded for their practice!
- Adding some VP based on sign-up date, but that would probably be a bit unfair to new users. :/
Am I missing some great alternative? :/