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Old 21st June 2005, 01:51 PM
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Question Karma - How do I get Karma (aka 'Reputation')? How does Karma work?

Folks How do I increase my karma? I mean my karma is standing the same for sometime.
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Old 21st June 2005, 02:16 PM
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Karma - How to Give Karma and How to See Who Gave You Karma

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Old 21st June 2005, 02:19 PM
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Actually, I'm not sure the Karma feature is still in use. I know there was talk of doing away with it at one time. If my memory serves:

Everybody starts out with 1 Karma block. As you post interesting or helpful articles, people could add to your Karma by clicking on the little Yin/Yang icon in the blue bar at the top of your post. You were also awarded a Karma block for reaching milestones in the number of posts you make. Obviously, the longer you have been around and the more posts you make, the more Karma you would receive. I guess there is a certain amount of "status" in having Karma but if the advice or information you get doesn't help, all the Karma in the world won't change that.

With or without Karma, it becomes clear very quickly who is here to help others and who isn't. If Karma still works it will come fast enough. The longer you are here and the more you help others, the more your reputation will grow. To me, that's worth a lot more than Karma.

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Old 21st June 2005, 02:23 PM
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Old 21st June 2005, 03:04 PM
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Actually, I'm not sure the Karma feature is still in use. I know there was talk of doing away with it at one time. If my memory serves:

Everybody starts out with 1 Karma block. As you post interesting or helpful articles, people could add to your Karma by clicking on the little Yin/Yang icon in the blue bar at the top of your post. You were also awarded a Karma block for reaching milestones in the number of posts you make. Obviously, the longer you have been around and the more posts you make, the more Karma you would receive. I guess there is a certain amount of "status" in having Karma but if the advice or information you get doesn't help, all the Karma in the world won't change that.

With or without Karma, it becomes clear very quickly who is here to help others and who isn't. If Karma still works it will come fast enough. The longer you are here and the more you help others, the more your reputation will grow. To me, that's worth a lot more than Karma.
Oh! Now I know how to make positive remarks like some have been kindly giving me. Yes, the Karma feature is still active and now I can give some comments of my own. I have learned something today, thank you!

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Old 21st June 2005, 03:45 PM
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Marc is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Marc is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.
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The Karma feathre is 'On' but giving 'negative' Karma is 'Off' (you can give 'good' Karma' but cannot give 'Bad' Karma).

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Old 21st June 2005, 04:30 PM
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Actually, I'm not sure the Karma feature is still in use.
It is, and I'm still using it.

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Old 10th January 2006, 02:07 PM
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Marc is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Marc is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.
Marc is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Marc is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Marc is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Marc is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Marc is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Marc is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Marc is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Marc is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Marc is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Marc is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Marc is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.Marc is appreciated, and has over 1700 Karma points.
Also see this thread: Karma - How to Give Karma and How to See Who Gave You Karma

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