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Three questions GNUM, LUCKG and SEAEQ that were around medium difficulty and should be solved after reading the editorials receive 8, 4 and 3 upvotes respectively. A dude wasting hours in finding cheating cases (even after Codechef doing it themselves) gets 19 upvotes!

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asked 20 Jul '14, 21:19

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edited 01 Aug '14, 14:16

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Ah the Irony!! A completely useless post not benefiting the community in any way gets 5 upvotes(4 after my downvote). Do not clutter this forum with useless stuff not related to codechef or programming, This is not a social networking site.

(20 Jul '14, 23:58) kcahdog3★

The question has been closed for the following reason "Question is off-topic or not relevant" by kcahdog 20 Jul '14, 23:49


And probably this thread would also get more upvotes , currently 5 more than 2 editorials :/ .

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answered 20 Jul '14, 23:38

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A suggestion: The weight of an upvote can be made proportional to the voter's karma.

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answered 20 Jul '14, 23:48

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Then the rich will keep getting richer while the poor will complain

(20 Jul '14, 23:54) kcahdog3★
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IMHO, it would be nice as content will be judged better. I didn't get how the rich will keep getting richer; it all will depend on the quality of the content.

(21 Jul '14, 01:19) swapnilagarwal5★
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Proportional to the voter's karma != proportional to the voted's karma.

(21 Jul '14, 02:08) xellos07★
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"Karma" hardly matters. Only the real karma gets rewarded (in the contests)

(21 Jul '14, 02:45) yash_155★

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