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Fair use rationale for Image:Answerbaglogo.png
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Answerbag rating system
The rating system has changed from 'helpful', etc., to a points-based system. This change happened many months ago, and users can decide how many points to give a question or an answer. The more user points anyone has (from being given those points by other users for contributions), the more points they can give to others for any given question or answer. Positive points count both towards the answer's rating and the user's individual rating; negative points only count towards the answer or question and do not affect the user's personal rating. At the moment, for example, I am at level 37 (professor with 7,746 points) and can give anywhere from -4 to +5 for an answer and -4 to + 4 for a question. Grandma Roses (talk) 15:57, 28 December 2007 (UTC)
Faulty deletion review
It isn't clear that the editors that reviewed the deletion request were doing their due diligence as they thought the deletion request was done in bad faith. Irrespective of the "faith", consistent application of the site rules should trump personal opinion. As far as notability issues are concerned, many of the links that the first two editors included are weak, at best (except for perhaps the cnet.review). Everything else is either a blog, the subject of one website (webpronews.com: a site where anyone can submit an article), or from a "direct marketing" website. Maybe an experienced editor can explain how those are notable in their own right? Maybe actually reading the articles themselves would be considered legitimate editorial oversite. Mudfud (talk) 23:48, 16 January 2010 (UTC)
- how about a list of Answer sites made. It is clear that Category:Knowledge markets don't include sites like Blurtit, Fluther, and Dizzay, or for that matter, the Wikipedia: Reference Desk here.Civic Cat (talk) —Preceding undated comment added 19:28, 28 January 2010 (UTC).
Sanctions and Levels of Users
how are points earned on Answerbag
The article fails to mention how points are earned. For example on yahoo answers it's 2 points per answer, 1 point for voting and 10 points for best answer. Asking costs 5 points on yahoo answers. How on answerbag are points scored? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 07:36, 6 November 2013 (UTC)
Answerbag seems to be history now.
This message is on their homepage. 'Answerbag.com is no longer available. Thank you for your patronage.' It is very recent - I was just posting on the site a few hours ago. Grandma Roses (talk) 00:48, 16 December 2015 (UTC)