IPVMU Certified | 11/04/16 05:30pm
I have a 0.59 'vote' to 'comment' ratio. Time to up the game.
I fall short of the golden ratio as well, 0.79.
Smart money is on Michael Silva, the guy is likely pushing 2.0!
LONG Building Technologies | 11/04/16 06:29pm
1.18 and more informatives than anything else, though a small number of total comments for IPVM. Beside making me feel good, this is interesting to me because it is a pretty good reflection of how I think people perceive me in person, reserved but helpful, with a little bit of humor.
Do others feel the stats reflect their offline personalities?
Btw, the average number of total comments even for regular commenters is surely in the hundreds. U1, Brian and myself are total outliers.
Please share, I'd like to see what different people are at.
Clearly, people do not understand how hilarious I am.
.80 ratio on my IPVM employee account, not too bad.
1.40 on my prior account as a user:
Probably had just as much as that at my previous employer, under a different account.
What about unhelpful and disagree?
I am likable and funny, yet not overly informative... :)
Seneca | IPVMU Certified | 11/04/16 08:41pm
That is an interesting stat...thanks for adding it.
Consider this.... I selected the link of the 'comments' and saw that the TOTAL number of comments was much higher than what the home page metric reflected.
Perhaps the metric can read something like XX votes on ZZ of NN comments
SavvyTech Security | 11/05/16 01:59am
Does this mean I have street cred? Lol
Note: the original method simply added all votes per person, including disagree and unhelpfuls. The method has now been changed to just add votes for agree, funny and informative.
Net/net: your vote totals are now somewhat less but more accurate. Thanks for pointing out that issue.