What i meant was 1k space for personal notes for stuff related to THIS website so i dont have to save notes in a notepad file on the desktop.
In those notes i would store info about who i have helped and wether they pursued the advice and gave feedback which would benefit other users in the future or wether they just copy pasted the code and moved onto the next homework assignment.
With the general idea of weeding out the lazybone ones from the comitted ones.
At some point users with a high enough score get (a considerable amount of) personal space.
I guess a couple of Ks would be easily implemented and might be a suggestion for the admin dudes.
But I also think its not a very common requirement.
Hi all, In need of advice. Here is a problem. Our company has got really talented software developers. When they are available we a looking for new projects. That`s why we decided to create a group in social media where the customers and developers can meet. It would be a place where they can share information, ideas and programming techniques.
But how should we attract the right people? What is your criterion for joining groups?
When they are available we a looking for new projects
Huh? As in you have a consultancy and you are looking to find new contracts?
Then you should hire someone who does exactly that.
Sveta Bondarenko wrote:
Our company has got really talented software developers.
The talents that make one good at development are unlikely to translate into getting more work. Presumably they are also intelligent enough to realize that they are not the best candidates for do sales, so someone else should be doing it.
Attracting the right people requires that you have a definition for the "right people"
one very nice thing about open discussions is that you will always have surprises and innovation will flourish.
However if you want to filter the people of your choice, you can always make it user based and then you can filter out unwanted users, grant point for activity etc.