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Kudos - what, where, how, and why!

 
Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: Kudos - what, where, how, and why!

Shalom Kevin,

What you posted was apparent during the build up stage to the forums. If the person posting the question valued the answer at between 1-7 on a scale of 10, that is the value assignment that they made.

They are the customer, and HP has overridden their wishes without their consent. Now this may seem self serving because I tended to be chatty and people spread their points over multiple posts, lower points per post, no doubt, but not necessarily represntitive of the quality of the work product.

I knew this was going to happen and I'll be a good sport about it. However you can understand the disappointment when the rules of the road change in the middle of the trip.

At least I hope you can. I seem to have a founder log associated with my name in spite of registering 3 years later than JRF and becoming active 5 years after JRF.

The fact that I can give a kudo to any response on any post other than my own responses, is a change I was not aware of and is in my opinion somewhat troublesome.

The measurement parameters have changed. I'm not in this site to do social networking. I'm in it to learn, share knowledge and find answers.

Until the content is converted so that links point where they should and it gets indexed by google, functionality of this forum is significantly impaired for me.

SEP
Steven E Protter
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Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Kudos - what, where, how, and why!

>Kevin_Paul: (a user who accumulated a lot of points by getting 1 or 2 at a time is not going to have many kudos,

 

Yes, I had several tens of thousand points, accumulated one at a time in the old feedback forum.  :-(

James R. Ferguson
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Kudos - what, where, how, and why!

Hi (again):

 

Let's be clear.  The "Epoch" of the Forums was circa 1999.  In my case, my first post was made in July 2000.  *Anything* in anyone's profile prior to ca. 1999 represents their ITRC join-date; not the beginning of their contributions to the Forums.  While I first registered with the ITRC in September 1997, it now appears that the "birthdate" in the Forums in my profile now correctly reflects July 2000.  Thanks, Kevin and company!

 

 

Kevin_Paul
HPE Pro

Re: Kudos - what, where, how, and why!

Very welcome James.  Glad the update resolved this particular issue - thanks for the update!

I work for HPE.
Shoby
Occasional Visitor

Re: Kudos - what, where, how, and why!

This information you provided was very useful. Thank you...innovation wins...

RobertPattinson
Regular Visitor

Re: Kudos - what, where, how, and why!

How about some insight into why some members are marked as "Founder"s?  What's the criteria that was used for that designation?

Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor
Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Kudos - what, where, how, and why!

The icon (and its placement) has been changed from a star to a thumbs-up:

http://h30581.www3.hp.com/skins/images/C4794CCAF906A58562A6D85155403C8E/hp_expierence-439108329/images/button_kudos_h_disabled.png

bhangad
Occasional Visitor

Re: What does Founder ribbon mean?

Hi @Dennis Handly thanks for proding the proper information and links.

venahaqu1
Frequent Visitor

Re: Kudos - what, where, how, and why!

Good to know that this exists. Very Reddity