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Thread: redo the rep levels

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    redo the rep levels

    The rep levels are way too charitable, set such with the site relaunch. Let's knock it waay back. I got 1995 rep and been had full stars. Should I have so many? No way. Same for the rest of you suckas.
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    bored, curious, deaf or just bad taste in music?
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    and what's this, another shoddy mix...another dull mix

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    Yeah, I'll second motion that

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    It's not a bad idea actually. Maybe even make the action annual.

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    What are rep levels, and why do they matter?

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    They used to not matter, but now they are a part requirement to submit a mix. No rep, can't post. It's a spam prevention measure, so regular members don't have their mixes buried under a ton of crap.

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    I agree with Hygro.

    If I am an active member in this forum and can positively contribute in some way to the community - then should I be viewed as someone with less worthiness than someone with full reps??

    Anybody who has consistently spent hours on this forum can get a sense of which members are genuinely interested in improving their craft or helping new members with advice. I see many members who are from the post Mayan calendar with many rep points but have not contributed here for a long time (years).

    I am an old guy so I no longer seek, nor require validation from my peers. I am also indifferent whether I have full reps or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BDC View Post

    I see many members who are from the post Mayan calendar with many rep points but have not contributed here for a long time (years).
    yet perhaps the pre-mayan? people gained their rep by contributing the technical threads that people still browse the internet to find. I myself ended-up here because I was looking for advice on how to set-up audacity properly, so the technical threads are worth more than the 'I agree dude' ones, i.m.o

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