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Proposal for the "PoST OF THE MONTH"

 
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Hi dear ranchers,
I hereby propose that we may develop a system in JavaRanch to identify the best/useful/interesting post of the month. In this regard i m voting for Leena Rane's Post in "Java Programmer Certification Results" forum last month as the most useful post so far.
In the voting system, general viewers should have the ability to take part and if not then Bartenders and Sheriffs may be the deciders at their secret meeting....
What's ur opines folks?

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Muhammad Ashikuzzaman (Fahim)
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[This message has been edited by Ashik uzzaman (edited November 11, 2001).]
 
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I agree. But this should be in per person, soryy, I wanted to twrite per thread basis.
I also propose "the most ugly post", "the most unuseful post", "the most stupid post", "the post with most answers"
[This message has been edited by G Vanin (edited November 12, 2001).]
 
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Ashik,
no luck. People want to post without thinking. Your proposal would underline sime efforts and deviate audience (who wants, after all, waiting time reading all)
 
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Not a bad suggestion
Personally I like what Sun has done with their Duke Dollars. But Sun is a commercial company , we do it for the love of it so I dont thnk we will be able to implement something similiar.
 
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I believe Sun's bug parade is free and/or open source (that's what some Sun guy told me a few years back). I believe bug parade includes some basic voting.
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Personally I like what Sun has done with their Duke Dollars. But Sun is a commercial company , we do it for the love of it so I dont thnk we will be able to implement something similiar.


Sun gives away much less prizes, with much less frequency and by hundreds times less in cost tham Javaranch's giveaways! The "dollars" are points used to mark importance/urgency of your desire to receive answer, ie they may not neither received nor accumulated.

 
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