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Member Since 20 Apr 2010
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In Topic: Score voting system.

21 October 2014 - 09:00 PM

OP said why, not who.


Actually, what he said he wants is to see how many positive and how many negative votes, not just a summation. The current system already shows us this (it also just happens to include the who).


Even if you have 1000 rep you only get to see who voted, not why.


Most of the time, it's pretty obvious why.


The only useful reason for seeing the number of votes for and against a post rather than the sum is when a post has gained large numbers of both, which shows that the point is contentious.  This rarely happens though.

In Topic: World's first mobile taekwondo game!

21 October 2014 - 08:17 AM


Is the game based on WTF or ITF rules?  


It's WTF! 



I won't hold that against you. ;)

In Topic: Score voting system.

21 October 2014 - 08:14 AM

What you are proposing is actually done already, however that information can only be accessed by people with reputation of 1000 or more.  


I believe the reason for  this is that it assumed that members who have been here long enough are less likely to use the information about who down-voted them to go on a revenge down-voting spree.


90% of the time however, if a post has been down-voted it is because it either contains misinformation or did not in any way contribute to the topic at hand.

In Topic: Android Lollipop unrevealed.

19 October 2014 - 02:42 AM

Almost everyone I know who has ever upgraded an android phone has basically had to buy a new phone or stick with a partially bricked one.



Updating my Xperia was a pain in the ass though, might get a Ubuntu phone in the near future.


That's the awesome thing about Nexus phones - updating them is painless and they always get the updates long before other phones do.  They're also absurdly easy to mod if you want a custom ROM.  As far as phones go, they're also pretty decent and very well priced. So far I've had a Nexus S, Galaxy Nexus, and a Nexus 5 and I intend to get a Nexus 6 at some point (though my N5 is still performing well and is still in mint condition even after 8 months of use).

In Topic: Android Lollipop unrevealed.

17 October 2014 - 07:41 PM

Was it ever the default application for SMS? I'm still using Android Messaging on my Nexus 4, and quickly locked Hangouts from using SMS


I'm pretty sure it was set as default when I got my N5.