Is there, among the visitors in the section "q&a" users blogserver LiveJournal?


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If so, please note that the administration of LiveJournal and LiveJournal.Ru thinking about how to type in LiveJournal assessment of blogoshpere on the principle of "liked" / "disliked".

So my question to you: what do you think?

I'm curious to hear the opinion of those livejournalists, which are both abrahamovce, so constantly deal with blogoshpere readers, and therefore, knew how it is.

I must say: I have no relationship to the administration of LiveJournal (and even relate to her dislike), so don't be shy — and his opinion about innovation to Express openly, even if it is unpleasant.
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I'm sitting here in LJ:)
Bad idea. Assessment will be on the basis of friendship/hostility, and not of real interest to post
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There will be another platform for camadacata. Readers and thousands, will be added the thousands who disagree will be minus. :)
Not necessary.
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The plus sign is an integral part of modern websites, but I think LJ lost his status, blogs are now everywhere, users have gone on more interesting services, and all attempts to tie all of these LJ thingies and crutches will make him into a monster.
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I think this is true mainly in relation to the thousandths, i.e. all sorts radulovich, others, and the other Lebedev. The vast majority of users neither cold nor hot.
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A positive attitude, but only about the comments that probably no karma... so That current can be assessed — specifically support this here your comment or not...
The main thing — that would not have any counters and rating, otherwise, start with the topics ass
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The possibility of evaluation of this kind should be included for each entry the author, but not the default for everything.
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I agree that the author should have the opportunity. but to make it a mandatory component of the post - no
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