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How many of you have considered not up voting or accepting an answer because that user has more karma than you?

asked Jun 12 '10 at 03:33

JDHHDJ's gravatar image


I have noticed a massive decline in voting either way of late, there should be someplace you can sign onto that takes you out of the running for the keyboard.

I dont want it, i have no use for it, i just am interested in the site.

answered Jun 12 '10 at 03:37

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edited Jun 12 '10 at 03:38

I only vote up an answer if I think it is worthy as the accepted and final answer. I do this even when I don't agree what is being said or stated.

answered Jun 12 '10 at 03:55

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I only vote up quality answers that involve tech. If it has nothing to do with it, I will simply ignore a question. Basically I really don't care about an individual's karma.

answered Jun 12 '10 at 03:42

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you mean you only interested in tech topics, or you only vote up on tech topics?

(Jun 12 '10 at 03:54) thrashintosh thrashintosh's gravatar image

i will like or dislike peoples answers and questions based purly on the content. i also don't let the persons Karma effect my decision.

answered Jun 12 '10 at 13:37

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If its good question/answer regardless if its a tech question or not.. ill give it a thumbs. If its a dumb question that makes no sense whatsoever, then it gets a thumbs down or i just simply ignore it....

answered Jun 12 '10 at 13:41

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