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gidai
07-02-19, 11:24
What is the maximum number of points with which the reputation can vary, after a single vote?

I have noticed that the reputation varied until now only a few (1-5) points after each vote. But here is a strange phenomenon since a few days ago. My reputation decreases after one negative vote with up to 74 points!... Even in posts where I only link to scientific studies without commenting like this (https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/37832-Late-Pleistocene-human-genome-suggests-central-Anatolian-origin-for-first-farmers?p=565688#post565688). Or trying to discuss another study like here (https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/37763-I2a-Din-has-spread-in-Europe-from-the-Balkans?p=564490&viewfull=1#post564490), where my score was down 74 points after a single vote (https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/37763-I2a-Din-has-spread-in-Europe-from-the-Balkans?p=564490&viewfull=1#post564490)! So, after that, I deleted all my comments from that subject that I created, but there were partly quoted in the answers. But the phenomenon is still repeated with massive drops of points after single vote. What bothers ...so hard?... It sounds childlike revenge.

So... what going on here?!
(I ask Maciamo about these problem and how to totaly delete my acount and posts that I created from Eupedia forum, over 2 weeks ago, but no answer...)

gidai
09-02-19, 15:43
No reply ?...

gidai
10-02-19, 19:21
There is a saying like.... Silence says more than 1000 words.

davef
10-02-19, 21:04
The higher your reputation score, the higher the amount of points you can give/take with an upvote/downvote respectively. A member who gives 5 pts per upvote has more reputation than someone who can only give 1 point

Salento
10-02-19, 21:25
The higher your reputation score, the higher the amount of points you can give/take with an upvote/downvote respectively. A member who gives 5 pts per upvote has more reputation than someone who can only give 1 point

off Topic, kind of it
how do I fix this:
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EDITED

Never mind,

all set :)

It’s done!

LOL

gidai
10-02-19, 21:26
The higher your reputation score, the higher the amount of points you can give/take with an upvote/downvote respectively. A member who gives 5 pts per upvote has more reputation than someone who can only give 1 pointI said 74 points, to one negative vote.
What is the maximum number of points with which the reputation can vary, after a single vote?

I have noticed that the reputation varied until now only a few (1-5) points after each vote. But here is a strange phenomenon since a few days ago. My reputation decreases after one negative vote with up to 74 points!... Even in posts where I only link to scientific studies without commenting like this (https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/37832-Late-Pleistocene-human-genome-suggests-central-Anatolian-origin-for-first-farmers?p=565688#post565688). Or trying to discuss another study like here (https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/37763-I2a-Din-has-spread-in-Europe-from-the-Balkans?p=564490&viewfull=1#post564490), where my score was down 74 points after a single vote (https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/37763-I2a-Din-has-spread-in-Europe-from-the-Balkans?p=564490&viewfull=1#post564490)! So, after that, I deleted all my comments from that subject that I created, but there were partly quoted in the answers. But the phenomenon is still repeated with massive drops of points after single vote. What bothers ...so hard?... It sounds childlike revenge.

So... what going on here?!
(I ask Maciamo about these problem and how to totaly delete my acount and posts that I created from Eupedia forum, over 2 weeks ago, but no answer...)

LeBrok
21-02-19, 04:26
Members with higher reputation can give and take more points than members of lower reputation.