Lata Thakur, United States, Apr/06/11 submitted on: Ammas.com
I have been getting these mails from the...
I have been getting these mails from the support team:
Dear Council Member,
We're writing to inform you that your rating score has fallen below 3.
What is this rating score?
The system gives you a score based on how your ratings compare to those given by other council members.
If your ratings vary widely, and consistently, with respect to those by other council members,
the system deducts that you have rated without consideration or thought and thus allocates you a low rating.
You will still be able to rate queries and responses. But once your rating score falls to 2, you will be removed from the council.
To help you rate queries and responses in an objective manner, we have put together some guidelines. We request you give them a read:
Anonymous, India, Apr/02/11 submitted on: Ammas.com
Ammas.com has been growi...
Ammas.com has been growing steadily thanks to the popular support from its members, advertisers and users from different walks of life.
"Change is the only thing that has not changed" is a well known idea.
Considering the high standard of our website, please suggest categories which may be newly introduced and/or categories which may be omitted for enriching the site.
Learned members/council members of Ammas .com who have been patronising well are requested to give their considered views briefly.
Lata Thakur, United States, Mar/31/11 submitted on: Ammas.com
Is there a way to know that a query is a...
Is there a way to know that a query is already categorized as: Offensive, abusive, spam, or otherwise not acceptable to the community? It will be easier for others to examine it and follow the suite if needed.
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