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RE: For PH community members only: few words about our curation trail

in #steem4 months ago

Hi buddy,

I think that it must not always be easy for you to decide how to place the upvotes. You have a lot of tools at your disposition and you juggle them quite well. I quite liked the idea of @juanmolina to have a kind of scale or ranking for the users to determine what kind of upvote they could get. Such a ranking would also allow to direct people how they should behave.

Just an idea how this could look like:

LevelRequirementsUpvote
1Ph-fund benificaryby project.hope lower than 30%
2Ph-fund benificary+no powerdown+at least 3 months in programby project.hope 30 - 50%
3Ph-fund benificiary+no powerdown+following curation trail or delegation + at least 6 months in programby curation trail + project hope

I honestly think that it is quite difficult to measure interaction of users and I would also avoid defining a level regarding that because it often only generates low quality comments when they are forced.

Of course there could be more levels and there should probably be a cap on how many posts are posted within the community per user. If this is defined somewhere, when asked you could always tell a user that he is in level 1 and therefore he needs to work his way up to the next level to get higher upvotes.

I think this would add a lot of clarity for everybody and for you it would be easier to argument the whys and hows.

No Powerdown policy

I think that this should be a center stone of our community. The more the users continue the grow, the more inflation we manage to capture and I think that you are totally right to encourage people not to power down.

Have a nice day!

Best regards

Achim

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This scheme that you propose is very similar to the one I had in mind. But it clearly involves the concept of what I meant.

Curating is not easy, and ultimately the decision will always be in the hands of whoever does it. But when we work in community and "for the community" we must also engage the crowd by keeping them informed and giving them the tools to reap greater rewards. Encouragement to maintain proper behavior is very important.

Thanks for this dear friend, @achim03.

I've just replied in other comment.
Please check it out here: https://steemit.com/steem/@crypto.piotr/qdi8dx

The truth is, that I would need to add TONS of extra charasteritics.

Some people were part of project.hope since very beginning, some were defending Juanmolina while he had issue with jaguar. Others helped with promoting holybread and steemscan.

Some (like @majes.tytyty) were first large delegators, who allowed project.hope to get some traction. I take many of those things into consideration.

Let me also give you great example:

  • I'm brainstorming many ideas with @achim03. We've spent hours and hours calling each other. I value his knowledge and time to the point, that even if he wouldn't have time to engage much within our community - I would still like to help as much as I could.
  • @vlemon and @culgin are pushing their own communities (hodl and defi.campus). they both have very little time but I care about building relationship with them, so my goal is to use provided resource to achieve that goal.

At the end of the day upvoting in PH will continue to be "subjective". Since describing and judging user "value" is a very complex thing.

Yours,
Piotr

Thank you for this clarifying answer (and for the other one link too).

Certainly @ achim03 is one of our closest collaborators and friends, an important part of the project, who has more knowledge about how PH works.
He always has new and very functional ideas.

At the end of the day, the curatorship will always be subjective in general, always.

Well,

HODL community is "for now" at least an only HIVE one as I do not have the time to develop it on STEEM.

But I am a PH member here and plan to stay on STEEM to grow with you guys. I will be canceling my power down immediately !

I've just replied in other comment.
Please check it out here: https://steemit.com/steem/@crypto.piotr/qdi8dx

The truth is, that I would need to add TONS of extra charasteritics.

Some people were part of project.hope since very beginning, some were defending Juanmolina while he had issue with jaguar. Others helped with promoting holybread and steemscan.

Some (like @majes.tytyty) were first large delegators, who allowed project.hope to get some traction. I take many of those things into consideration.

Let me also give you great example:

  • I'm brainstorming many ideas with @achim03. We've spent hours and hours calling each other. I value his knowledge and time to the point, that even if he wouldn't have time to engage much within our community - I would still like to help as much as I could.
  • @vlemon and @culgin are pushing their own communities (hodl and defi.campus). they both have very little time but I care about building relationship with them, so my goal is to use provided resource to achieve that goal.

At the end of the day upvoting in PH will continue to be "subjective". Since describing and judging user "value" is a very complex thing.

Yours,
Piotr

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