Definition for KudoZ points
Thread poster: Sabine Schlottky

Sabine Schlottky  Identity Verified
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May 8, 2006

Hi,

Is there a place anywhere on the site where I can find definitions for the points? E.g. 4 points are for very helpful answers quoting a reference, 3 points are for helpful answers without reference, etc.

I remember having read this somewhere, but I cannot find it.

Thanks for any help.

Sabine


 

Natalie  Identity Verified
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Hi Sabine May 8, 2006

Here is the scale:


KudoZ grading scale

When deciding how many points to award, please consider this scale as a guideline:

4: Answer was acceptable, explanation was good, reference was provided (or not needed)
3: Answer was acceptable, explanation was good, but reference was lacking
2: Answer was acceptable
1: Answer was somewhat helpful


You can see it clicking the small 'i' near the word "Points:" in the window opened when you grade an answer.

HTH,
Natalia


 

Sabine Schlottky  Identity Verified
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Thank you very much... May 8, 2006

.. for your help, Natalieicon_smile.gif)))

 


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