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2-08-2012 @ 4:40PM
I've been thinking on a system like this sometimes, but the problem that I see is: how can you prevent abuse? People with good intentions will use it properly, but the same jerks we want to exclude with the system could use it to rate you badly, just because they can.Maybe someone could only be allowed rate with a high enough score? But how do you rise your score in the first place? Or someone with a negative score can't rate?Many questions arise, but I'd like to see something like this implemented.
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