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11-23-2009 @ 10:14PM
@curtisrutlandA very simple solution is to only make the ratings option available to people who have been randomly selected by the LFG to group with you. Problem solved. Just like how on eBay you can only give a person feedback if you've transacted with them.Either have it be an option when you right-click a portrait, or have it pop up when you leave the group or something.This prevents friends from ranking you up, and also prevents trolls from ranking you down.It doesn't, however, prevent people from leaving bitter feedback if they're in a sour mood, or if you won the loot they wanted, or if they just plain feel like being an ass. But it does prevent the two main problems, and simply making it so anyone can see the feedback a person has left others (again, like eBay) would help immensely.I don't really see a feedback system working, but if they were going to implement it, that would be the way to go about it, I think.
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