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September 18, 2008, at 02:41 PM EST by Zsomb -
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Psychology 2.0's key concept is the voting

  • voting is viewed as an opinion pool that credits the results of a resource consuming experiment
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Psychology 2.0's key concept is voting, as:

  • voting is viewed as an opinion pool that credits the results of a resource-consuming experiment
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  • the voting weights are awarded by a committee based on degree, years of experience, special reputation and contribution to the community's work
  • the usage of the voting: insert in an article the following markup
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  • the voting weights are awarded by a committee based on degree, years of experience, special reputation and contribution to the community's work
  • the usage of the voting: insert into an article the following markup
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(:vote id=1 ask='Do you think it is a good idea to use the voting for scientific purposes?' option1='Yes' option2='No' option3='It is worth trying' :)

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(:vote id=1 ask='Do you think it is a good idea to use the voting for scientific purposes?' option1='Yes' option2='No' option3='It is worthy to try' :)

September 15, 2008, at 09:17 AM EST by fodormik -
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(:vote id=1 ask='Do you think it is a good idea to use the voting for scientific purposes?' option1='Yes' option2='No' option3='It is worth trying':)

(:vote id=1 ask='Do you think it is a good idea to use the voting for scientific purposes?' option1='Yes' option2='No' option3='It is worth trying':)

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(:markup class="horiz":) (:vote id=1 ask='Do you think it is a good idea to use the voting for scientific purposes?' option1='Yes' option2='No' option3='It is worth trying' :) (:markupend:)

September 15, 2008, at 09:16 AM EST by fodormik -
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September 15, 2008, at 09:15 AM EST by fodormik -
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(:markup class="horiz":)

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(:vote id=1 ask='Do you think it is a good idea to use the voting for scientific purposes?' option1='Yes' option2='No' option3='It is worth trying':)

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September 15, 2008, at 09:13 AM EST by 193.142.209.77 -
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  • the usage of the voting: insert in an article the following markup

(:markup class="horiz":) (:vote id=1 ask='Do you think it is a good idea to use the voting for scientific purposes?' option1='Yes' option2='No' option3='It is worth trying':) (:markupend:) where

  • id This is a serial number of the voting modules present in the page starting from 1 and up to an unlimited number.
  • ask This is the survey question to be asked. It should be enclosed with single quotes.
  • option1 This is the first survey response. It should be enclosed in single quotes
  • option2 This is the second survey response. It should be enclosed in single quotes.
  • option3 This is the third survey response. It should be enclosed in single quotes. The third survey response is optional.
September 08, 2008, at 06:10 PM EST by fodormik -
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  • Voting is viewed as an opinion pool that credits the results of a resource consuming experiment
  • When voting, not everybody is equal: based on seniority and professional background people can have different voting weights
  • The voting weights are awarded by a committee based on degree, years of experience, special reputation and contribution to the community's work
to:
  • voting is viewed as an opinion pool that credits the results of a resource consuming experiment
  • when voting, not everybody is equal: based on seniority and professional background people can have different voting weights
  • the voting weights are awarded by a committee based on degree, years of experience, special reputation and contribution to the community's work
September 06, 2008, at 10:10 PM EST by fodormik -
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Psychology 2.0's key concept is the voting

  • Voting is viewed as an opinion pool that credits the results of a resource consuming experiment
  • When voting, not everybody is equal: based on seniority and professional background people can have different voting weights
  • The voting weights are awarded by a committee based on degree, years of experience, special reputation and contribution to the community's work