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  Reply # 776456 7-Mar-2013 20:27
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The button is going to be a flip flop switch. Initially it will show as [+1] if you have not voted and this will count as a vote up.

After you vote the button changes to [-1] and this means you can click it to withdraw your vote.

The text next to the button will show "No votes yet", or the number of votes received.

I am not implementing a down vote like other sites. You can vote +1 to show satisfaction with the post, approval, support or similar things.

This button will only show if you are logged in.

Obviously "ANSWER" is still used to set a reply/ies as the answer(s) to a topic question.







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  Reply # 776457 7-Mar-2013 20:34
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you know you're going to have to make some badges like
100 +1s
500 +1s
etc :)

and maybe on april 1 give the ability to down vote to see how many people give you a -1 :)

 
 
 
 


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Love it, especially the fact that it doesn't introduce the negative side that a ± button could bring. Now we'll be able to thank those that deserve it and leave the idiots to the mods (instead of instituting a reddit-like mob rule...).






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  Reply # 776461 7-Mar-2013 20:51
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Since there is no "current" +1, I will +1 to this!




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Reply # 776464 7-Mar-2013 20:53
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I don't like the word "vote" cos we're not running for election. How about something silly instead and unique to the geekzone community?

I vote for the word.... uhmmmm... J/K Laughing


[edit] Ooooh ooooh..... how about chocolate fish?

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  Reply # 776467 7-Mar-2013 20:56
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freitasm: Anyone suggesting "Like" gets banned.
+1 that LOL!

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  Reply # 776469 7-Mar-2013 20:59
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I see some websites use "Kudos"..




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  Reply # 776470 7-Mar-2013 21:01
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sonyxperiageek: I see some websites use "Kudos"..


Yeh yeh, but it's been done before.

I've never seen a chocolate fish points system before tho.

Please can we have chocolate fish?

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  Reply # 776471 7-Mar-2013 21:09
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What about +1 == Agree ?

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  Reply # 776473 7-Mar-2013 21:11
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zANavAShi: I don't like the word "vote" cos we're not running for election. How about something silly instead and unique to the geekzone community?

I vote for the word.... uhmmmm... J/K Laughing


[edit] Ooooh ooooh..... how about chocolate fish?


"Vote" doesn't necessarily mean it has to run for election. I think it (the word "vote") is a good and simple word? But of course, suggestions should be allowed.




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  Reply # 776478 7-Mar-2013 21:12
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networkn: What about +1 == Agree ?


I wonder if Google has "patented" the +1? Tongue Out




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  Reply # 776480 7-Mar-2013 21:14
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networkn: What about +1 == Agree ?

Or...

+1 == "Wow dude! That's such an amazingly cool supercalifrangalisticexpeealadocious idea that I want to buy you a chocolate FISH"

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  Reply # 776481 7-Mar-2013 21:15
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Keeping it kiwi, maybe a "Chur" button :)

Chur,
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  Reply # 776484 7-Mar-2013 21:24
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maybe "big ups" or "totes" or even "yip" or "yeah, na" my wife hates how kiwis say use the last one.

We could go also with Leonardo De Caprio from Catch Me If You Can and use "I concur. Do you concur?"

Jon


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