Can adum remove the voting/flagging system?

Re: Can adum remove the voting/flagging system?

Postby Spock1701 on Wed Feb 10, 2021 8:24 am

I have nothing against OP personally, but I'll be honest - I've stopped using this site because whenever I go through 10-20 problems, at least half of them are his and almost all are nonsensical... Is there a way to hide low-rated problems?
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Re: Can adum remove the voting/flagging system?

Postby Irregular go on Wed Feb 17, 2021 1:20 am

The rating don't represent everything.
Even though my
is copied from
the most popular problem of this website
some people low-rated the copycat.
Your doing is just like
wanting to hide 1755.
Japanese people always
do copying.
ex: The Tokyo Station is copied from Europe.
Japan doesn't have Japanese culture.
I wanted to born in another country that has original.
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Re: Can adum remove the voting/flagging system?

Postby BartTM on Mon Feb 22, 2021 2:09 am

I agree with Spock1701.
The whole idea of solving go problems is to be challenged; the problem needs to be reasonable hard to solve and reward correct play. That yields satisfaction.

Problems that are dead easy to solve aren't interesting to anyone except maybe an absolute beginner. But people won't stay at that level for long; the chance that even a single absolute beginner chances upon them are small.
Problems that require a lot of moves while the solution is already obvious are irritating.
Problems that impose special conditions, not visible on the board, that make a play that would be correct without those restrictions invalid are irritating.
Problems that show the whole board and show that one side is so far ahead that the problem itself cannot change the outcome of the game are irritating.
Problems that milk out the same position time and again where the only difference is outside of the area of play are especially annoying. The problem is known, the challenge is gone.

As for copying within this set of problems; I don't see why it is so hard for you to understand why people don't like that?
I have a vast collection of CD's but I don't buy the same CD twice. Why should I? I can listen to the first CD over and over again, the copy would not add anything.
I don't mind that the Tokio station is a copy. It is a different country, it functions as a station. What you don't need is two Tokio stations next to each other where one suffices.
We don't need the same problem in this set over and over again. If you have a set of unique problems it does not make sense to copy them all so you have double the problems in the database, right? It only takes up space but adds nothing new.
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Re: Can adum remove the voting/flagging system?

Postby Irregular go on Fri Mar 05, 2021 11:12 pm

Bart TM,
I have 113 toys
But it's included
4 dices and
other toys are original at the least.
Many good problems are sick in this database,
so they would like to be ripped apart by me.
I'm a doctor.
My combination style of the old problems
and the added shapes are
original at the least.
I'm just like The Toy Story's Sid Phillips.
Even though I didn't break any toys.
Please call me Irregular Go Phillips <3
Not exactly duplicates at all.
NOTE: Sometimes, copyrights are jokes in Asia.
I'm a Japanese man who is in Japan,
so please be kind to the rich men who live in
a developing country.
You got it?

Irregular Go Phillips's MUTANT PROBLEMS
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