Reddit profile has Link karma system: which is voted by community. It increases when other user upvote your submitted post or comment and it goes down when other user downvote your comment or post. Also, submission in self reddit is not counted in Link karma. If you don’t want search engine to index your Reddit profile, you can go to preference > Privacy options > and put a tick on box saying “don’t allow search engines to index my user profile”. … [Read more...] about Reddit Social site: Of The People, By The People, For The People
When game companies owned their own discussion spaces, most of them at least made some modicum of effort to keep them respectable. Oh, sure, some took that way too far and deleted criticism, but most, barring the very biggest, tamped down on toxicity because that space reflected on them. They cared. This is how I feel about our own comment section, incidentally, because our team owns this site and cares about the conversations we have here, unlike many other sites owned by corporate groups that don’t even care if comments exist at all. … [Read more...] about The Daily Grind: How can we solve Reddit’s gaming ‘tragedy of the commons’ problem?
The reddit’s mods stood their ground to the furor, saying, “We STILL aren’t censoring opinions (and never have), we just wish to cut down the numbers of people who are here tongue in cheek screaming into the void and enjoying shitting on everything. Valid and fully earned criticism for the game and all they produce in the future will now and always be allowed.” … [Read more...] about Anthem’s Reddit cracks down on ‘aimless’ criticism
The idea that this comment is the most hated on Reddit is no surprise, gamers and those who follow internet drama have known for the better part of the year. For EA however the distinct dishonor has been encased in the carbonite known as the Guiness Book of World Records. EA’s 683k downvotes beat out the second place contender which has a whole twenty four thousand. … [Read more...] about EA Community Team Wins Award For Most Hated Comment On Reddit
Age is catching up to Final Fantasy XI, but the development team remains as passionate as ever. For the game’s 16th Anniversary, English-speaking fans asked a number of questions, and 20 of those questions have been answered by the development team and posted on Reddit. And the one bit of bad news in the whole answer is a confirmation that some things which would be nice to have in the game (like specifically disabling mount music) aren’t high priority simply because the team is small at this point. … [Read more...] about Final Fantasy XI developers answer fan questions on Reddit