The new slashdot moderation system and the complaints by Trollers reminded me of this thought that occured to me: that there should be a second set of mod points, more widely available, for handling the 0/-1 barrier. I view at 0 and oftentimes there are posts at -1 that I want to see. Since I am viewing at 0 and -1 is the lowest moderation value and the correlation to the lowest moderation value would be posts no one would want to see, it makes sense to me that if I want to see it, it should be moderated up to 0, and if I don't want to see it at 0, it should most likely be moderated at -1. The very nature of this boundary is such that it should be given a completely different set of points, to save regular mod points for modding comments up for being exceptional and down for not being as exceptinal as people first thought. At the same time, it occurs to me that the people who habitually view at a given level are the ones best equipped to decide whether a post belongs at their level or below it so perhaps a routine should be written to detect who has been viewing at a habitual level and let them moderate towards their level or down from that level. This next idea may be already implemented, but some trolls are repeated, so perhaps posts should be matched to a hash of a troll post, or checked for asdf-like repeats. How about a troll signature file, much like a virus signature? How about an option to allow users to remove the post button the first time around...sometimes I mean to add something to a post, that I would catch but accidently or overconfidently hit post. Oh, and I want to modify down tt, because it is used a lot in page widening posts. Also, I'd like the option to have 'No Score +1 Bonus' to be automatically checked. It's also likely that some people have accidently posted at 2 meaning to post at one but forgot to check that box, then got moderated down because of it.