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Journal: How to set your Comments Preferences

Journal by CedgeS
I recomend the following changes to your preferences for comments:
  • Threshold: -1 There is no reason to keep yourself from seeing all the posts. Its good to at least know that the oposing or contraversial view exists, even if you don't read it.
  • Redundant: +1 This moderation is used to censor views with little fear of being reprimanded in meta-moderation. Setting to +1 neutralizes this mod.
  • Anonymous Modifier: +1 Why punish someone for wishing to remain anonymous. With all the privacy worries discussed here, penalizing the anonymous is rather hypocritical.
  • Karma Bonus: 0 Why promote the mainstay opinions over those of equal moderation from the fringe?

Remember when moderating to change to Oldest First, Highlight Threshold -1.

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