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Question about the peer rankings

By Oz_Media ·
I am wondering about the rating scale for peer rankings. From what I remember, it also includes posts to Tech Q&A and is based on answers rejected as well as answers accepted, is this correct?

ie: a post in tech Q&A for example would help the ranking, and accepted answer would improve it again, and a rejected answer would take away from it.

Is this correct?

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Beats me OZ

by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to Question about the peer r ...

But judging by the lack of response by a lot of those asking questions and then ignoring the question I can not see how that would work.

Currently I think I'm running at about 61% of unrated answers, and then there are the questions that have been closed with no accepted answers probably to save a few lousy Tech points which I no longer see anywhere but beside your Alias in the different threads.

I'm trying to get a permanent site rating of 666 but failing that I'll settle for a 69 site ratting.

Col ]:)

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Not a number

by jdclyde In reply to Beats me OZ

but a way of life.... (the second number of course!)

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Well wouldn't the first number

by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to Not a number

Allow me to do anything?

After all it is supposed to be the "Number of the Beast!" And who could say no to the Beast?

69 would be way too limiting. :^O

Col ]:)

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