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Dan Romero@dwr.eth
28 days ago

How would you feel if Warpcast replaced likes (the heart icon) with reddit / HN style upvote and added a downvote on every cast? 1 - strongly against this, would stop using the app 10 - hell yes, would greatly improve the experience

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hellno the optimist 🍜🪩@hellno
28 days ago

3

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Ustas@ustas
28 days ago

7 Both have their pros and cons, but I would like an opportunity for people to filter shit posts

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28 days ago

7 — Nay: it could discourage people to post, Yay: it would be a social filtering system on quality posts.

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28 days ago

10. But I'm an old digg/reddit member 😄. I want to proactively be able to bury terrible casts.

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Farzad@005
28 days ago

10. i think will be a good experience

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Victor Ma@vm
28 days ago

5? i don't think i'd stop using the app because of this, but it would be a behavior change i'd have to get used to i think of warpcast as "if subreddits had twitter's format" might need a different client that mimicked reddit's UI/UX more for me to get used to upvote/downvote

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28 days ago

1 if anyone can downvote. People react asymmetrically to positive vs negative feedback. One bad experience getting a bunch of downvotes and that person will be unlikely to post again.

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Mac Budkowski (🥝,🥄)@macbudkowski
28 days ago

4

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Jack Miller@cosimojack.eth
28 days ago

2-3 IMO upvote-downvote mechanic leads to more groupthink and dogpiling on contrary opinions Downvotes create a negative feedback loop, prime people to pre-dislike the comment, and feel righteous indignation to dunk Can happen with "like" mechanic but less pronounced, more likely to just see lack of engagement

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gigamesh@gigamesh
28 days ago

9…people rarely use downvoting so it’s a strong signal. Plus sad or upsetting content is often very relevant but people feel less inclined to like/heart it.

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shadowkillerxx@shadow
28 days ago

10. Why ? I see Farcaster as a platform for information sharing, etc. With up and downvotes you can give and receive instant feedback which will add tot he quality of information imo.

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Shawki Sukkar@shawki
28 days ago

against but wouldn't stop using. i think the switch would make it seem like fc is competing with reddit vs. twitter. forums vibe is less serious

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0xUgly@0xugly
28 days ago

Fk yes, if premium users could decide what they want as their like emoji on their cast would be fun

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Nico.beb@n
28 days ago

8, will this be a Warpcast feature or a hub change? 10 If it is hub-level. Can greatly improve the dev experience by filtering out spam/low quality casts

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Dean Pierce 👨‍💻🌎🌍@deanpierce.eth
28 days ago

20, it's a good start, but doesn't go far enough. Ideally you'd be able to label content with any emoji you want, or at least a large set of standard emoji. Things like funny, shitty, brilliant, deceptive, etc. Similar to how Slack/Discord do it. Then people can use their own client-side scoring to determine value.

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Jacob@jrf
28 days ago

Could be a fun experiment to try in channels?

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GabrielAyuso.eth ⌐◨-◨@gabrielayuso.eth
28 days ago

5 Having a way to signal negativity towards a cast is a good idea but not sure if I'd use the up/down UX for this client.

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slobo.eth 🛡️@slobo.eth
28 days ago

3

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Rafael Gutkowski@nobuilder.eth
28 days ago

3. {Up,down} votes make more sense to me in local social context where there is shared interest/vibe; as with subreddits. Even with Channels, interacting on Warpcast still feels ‘global’

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28 days ago

1 - strongly against this, would stop using the app

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megumii🪡 ⚰️@megumii.eth
28 days ago

10

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megumii🪡 ⚰️@megumii.eth
28 days ago

but what if heart and down vote ?

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Carlos Matallín@matallo.eth
28 days ago

6. A system like HN seems fair: by default you can’t downvote until you have some karma. I like a lot on Farcaster and don’t know if a different system will make me change my behaviour.

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vrypan.eth@vrypan.eth
28 days ago

I'd be more in favour of wider set of reactions that don't sum up (fb-style, like "love", "laugh", "angry") vs a single dimension. A richer set of reactions help me actually react even in cases where I would not have replied, while up/down votes usually become a battlefield.

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Christopher Wallace@christopher
28 days ago

3, but only because the community is not attuned to large-than-love binary feedback. i can appreciate the occasional shitpost, and feeling pressured to rate it goes against being culturally neutral.

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Thumbs Up (Finance)@thumbsup.eth
28 days ago

2 I think upvotes are basically just likes and downvotes are more often used to pile on to things a community disagrees with, troll style. Its actually one of the worst features of Reddit imo

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28 days ago

8 I've always preferred Reddit's voting system over Twitter's likes. It would only work if you could sort by "hot" just like on Reddit. The algorithm should be as thin and transparent as possible.

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28 days ago

How would this work with the protocol? How are downvotes handled?

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jacob@jacob
28 days ago

Slack-style emoji reactions would be way more interesting. Bonus points if I can react with an NFT I own.

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28 days ago

3. Behavioral change that feels forced, never used Reddit. Also I don’t really know what’s the case when I downvote something.

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James Morgan@jamesmorgan
28 days ago

Idk about this. I can see it having usefulness if channels start behaving like subreddits, but I think for every single random thought that gets casted it’s too much noise. What do I downvote?

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28 days ago

I’d likely not use the up/down vote like use likes. Maybe parent cast be simple like and all replies are up/down votes?

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Alessandro — e/acc@azeni
28 days ago

2. this might be something another client can do effectively. perhaps a reddit-like client that focuses on channels. i want warpcast to have the same flow as twitter has, its proven to be an intuitive one.

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28 days ago

6-7. I am curious to see how it impacts my enjoyment

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max (🥝,🥄)@maxpetretta
28 days ago

2. Even with my Reddit background, would rather leave the downvote in the past. Appreciate the diversity of opinions the “like only” approach provides.

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Tom@tf
28 days ago

it's a different thing. keep casts simple. Then, enable a dedicated post format for this type of contents, similar to a poll, inviting readers to respond ⬆⬇

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rish@rish
28 days ago

prefer Warpcast having its own identity e.g. how would the GM reactions work with something like this? Agree with jacob on adding slack type emojis instead of copying reddit

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Muhammad Yusuf @yusuf
28 days ago

8 Might also help in curating feed

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iSpeakNerd@ispeaknerd.eth
28 days ago

3 up/downvote only matters as net and they end up obfuscating it so may as well just have positive only rxns anyway +10 on reacting with NFTs

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28 days ago

sounds like a helpful experiment

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28 days ago

sounds like a helpful experiment, 8

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Cameron Armstrong@cameron
28 days ago

2.5 - I understand the intent, but think there’s a large risk of external and internal brigading since the core community is still so small right now. Anecdotally, there’s a specific energy that comes from downvoters and it seems like it’s rarely for anti-spam purposes

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28 days ago

4 - while I use both HN and Reddit, I don't like the negative effect/behaviour of down voting.

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Mantej Rajpal@mantej.eth
28 days ago

~3 Could see this discouraging even remotely contrarian casts. Plus, not liking something is already a de facto passive downvote

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Aaron Ferguson@aaronrferguson.eth
28 days ago

Not a fan of downvoting tbh

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Devin Elliot@notdevin.eth
28 days ago

If we want up and down I’d rather give a ❤️ or a 💩

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kepano@kepano
28 days ago

invent something that is native to your medium — I like @jacob's idea about NFT responses, especially if it encourages designing NFTs that work at 16px size. Maybe you can react with another kind of microtransaction?

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Joe Toledano@joetoledano
28 days ago

3 - don't really see the value-add for downvotes but the NFT reactions idea sounds fun

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ted (not lasso)@ted
28 days ago

probably 1. I like the current culture in which someone comments if they disagree or agree strongly, like if they agree, and ignore it if they feel neutral. Warpcast algo is much better than reddits already

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Tempe Techie @tempetechie
28 days ago

3 I don't mind having the downvote option in the Farcaster's algo, but I would rather keep Warpcast with likes (upvotes) only. Some other farcaster clients can do up/downvotes instead.

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Sir Suhayb is Streaming 🔴@sirsu
28 days ago

+1 to emoji reactions up/down vote is too binary and lacks emotional weight IMO emoji responses give a clearer sense of how people react to your content

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Max Jackson : mxjxn@tokenart.eth
28 days ago

I think I'd rather have classifiers like the old slashdot model. Downvotes like reddit get used mostly by grumpy a-holes with nothing better to do.

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JB Rubinovitz@rubinovitz
28 days ago

Depends on how it factors into the algo. Eg in my experience tech DEI stuff often gets downvoted to hell off the front page of HN so you never see it. But I would love to see stuff my follows are upvoting and downvoting passionately.

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Henry Hirshland@hirsh
28 days ago

3

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Chukwuka Osakwe@chukwukaosakwe
28 days ago

1.5, I wouldn't stop using but I don't like this at all.

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28 days ago

2.5 The world needs more ways to upvote, fewer ways to downvote. If you wanna go wild, add arbitrary emoji reactions like discord/etc. :P Imagine being able to define your own scoring for each emoji (I want to see fewer 😡 and more 🤯)

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loftxn@loftxn
28 days ago

5 – Would be an interesting experiment, but could decrease more meaningful engagement (comments) imo. Few ideas to curb the downvote brigade: - Require comment on downvote - Require a tiny tx fee - Give the option to downvote but don't show it to the caster/other users (purely an algo/signal gathering play)

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28 days ago

do we have some other options or heart with different colour?

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mashelenn@mashelenn
28 days ago

I vote for likes ❤️🗳️

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28 days ago

3-4. Downvote button gets weaponized too often (see Baby music video). Best just to not have one I think

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28 days ago

3-4 i think... i don't like the idea

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Branksy Pop @branksypop
28 days ago

3 for main view ...but It could be an optional settings feature per channel if the channel theme matches better with up & downvotes

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Mike @mc
28 days ago

2 Solving for different problems, no? One general engagement, the other ranking content.

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Minh Do@minh
28 days ago

10 - yes please. Downvoting makes both HN and Reddit so much better.

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28 days ago

I really want this experience, doing it like reddit/hn with ghost removing may be better than just showing downvotes

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Sam Iglesias@sam
28 days ago

8 for me, but I imagine that some people would probably take downvoting very personally and post less

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Kevin Lanceplaine@lanceplaine.eth
28 days ago

I love the idea to be able to downvote. Especially on comments. 👏 Ideally the Warpcast algo takes into account not just the number of upvotes/downvotes but who are they relatively to me (e.g. if I follow them or not).

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Davidcheez@davidcheez
28 days ago

2- I like the way it is already

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Kevin Lanceplaine@lanceplaine.eth
28 days ago

10 🥳 I love the idea to be able to downvote. Especially on comments. Ideally the Warpcast algo takes into account not just the number of upvotes/downvotes but who are they relatively to me (e.g. if I follow them or not).

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WebOfTrust✨🔴@weboftrust
28 days ago

1- down votes while good could also create an ecochamber. Imagine in channel someone posting something critical or sharing a thought which goes against the common consensus. Seen it on reddit and would recommend not doing it.

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28 days ago

Yes great idea

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Joan Westenberg@daojoan
28 days ago

10

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Cryptic@cryptic
28 days ago

3. I prefer the current approach of only Like/heart icon.

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Jason Goldberg @betashop.eth
28 days ago

I did some mocks on this a while back for jam. I was planning to go in the direction of upvotes only, and giving users bundles of votes that they earned through engagement or could purchase

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John Passafiume@nomi
28 days ago

4

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Keywan@email
28 days ago

I agree with the new options, but not in the style of other social media With a farcaster culture

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Matthew@matthew
28 days ago

3... wouldn't stop using the app per say, but I think it's a bad idea

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Nounish Professor ⌐◧-◧@nounishprof
28 days ago

2- Strongly against — especially if the gm/gn/⌐◨-◨ disappears. Don’t see the need for a change.

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Reside@reside
28 days ago

3/4 not a fan

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StargateGavin@stargategavin
28 days ago

1. downvotes are bad as well as (hot take) showing following count. When you have the ability for users to analyze ratios, it adds to a disincentivized ux. YT got rid of downvotes and don't show "subscribed to" count, bolstering reach.

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LK ━ p/sport@lk
28 days ago

Definitely closer to 1 than 10

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ArshiaGS.cyber ❮@arshiags
28 days ago

4 - prefer like more than upvote & downvote

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Thomas Humphreys@so
28 days ago

5

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Andrei O.@andrei0x309
27 days ago

5. The Number of Apps that changed this back and forth is astonishing. But definitely single like as Heart is more popular.

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Brad Barrish@bradbarrish
27 days ago

What will spark more conversation instead of simply reactions? What would encourage or hinder and why?

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Aaina @aaina
27 days ago

oh no, please 1-2

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🔴brian is live@briang
27 days ago

is it anonymous?

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🔴brian is live@briang
27 days ago

I think it’s worth testing also anon up and downvoting is fun bigger question is how scores/number of votes affect distribution

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maurelian@maurelian
27 days ago

2-ish. I like how channels are going, but I still prefer a Twitter like experience, not looking for a new Reddit.

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Aaina @aaina
27 days ago

I would never downvote someone - if it was offensive or I disagreed I’d mute or ignore. Similarly, my reaction to anyone slinging a binary take down of my ideas would be to dismiss their intelligence b/c it’s giving get a life incel. so yea I see no upside and a lot to lose about whatever makes this place good!

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sahil@sahil
27 days ago

9 - up/down votes could capture stronger intent than 'likes'/'hearts'. the echo chamber problem of downvotes can be solved using pagerank like algos over time.

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dawufi@dawufi
27 days ago

5 This isn't what makes the app. Don't think it would change much

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Mtjericho@mtjericho
27 days ago

1 No way never liked upvotes

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Ed O'Shaughnessy@eddieosh
27 days ago

⬇️

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David T Phung @davidtphung.eth
27 days ago

1 n i would still use warpcast because of the people x collective intelligence shared in the channels i'm interested too a mechanic of up/ boosting vote. a caster would be able to boost 5 casts per day along w/ the algo. another way to highlight the hidden gem/ casts people want to share more in general/ trending, etc

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Colin Johnson@cojo.eth
27 days ago

@survey should Warpcast experiment with new reactions outside of likes?

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Patrion@patrion
27 days ago

1 from me. Downvotes would just encourage brigading and emphasize negativity. Better to just allow people to show support or ignore.

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DannyGladiolas@dannygladiolas.eth
27 days ago

I think the downvote system has flaws. I highly prefer Discord/Telegram system with emojis.

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CypherHiker@aeh
27 days ago

Not a fan of a downvote icon, plus would rather a smiley face or something else positive instead of a heart. I feel like I’m “loving” something, and not merely liking it with a heart.

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27 days ago

It would change the vibe from friendly and cooperative to adversarial and judgey I’m for experimentation but warpcast is its own thing, Reddit happened already

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Liang良peace🇺🇸🇨🇳@liang
27 days ago

3. down vote is combative

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graham@gcmac
27 days ago

I think we should keep likes but having some private version of “show me less of this” to train the algorithm as user volume increases would be great (maybe a swipe mechanic to hide a cast in feed or something) but shouldn’t influence other casters feeds unless a cast is overwhelmingly hidden

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Thomas D. Pellegrin (🥝,🔪)@aviationdoctor.eth
27 days ago

Are you trying to solve for karma (the community rewarding a post for effort/quality, at the risk of contrarian opinions getting downvoted to hell); or for personal filtering (I want to see more/less of this)? I assume it’s the former, but I’m not satisfied with follows being the only mechanism for the latter.

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Michael Sullivan@michaelsullivan
27 days ago

2: too combative.

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dcposch.eth@dcposch.eth
27 days ago

2. Wouldn’t stop using the app but “downvote” “upvote” and those arrow icons have bad, HN/reddit neckbeard vibes Keep it simple

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Linda Xie@linda
27 days ago

2-3, generally not as active participating in communities that have downvote features (usually end up lurking instead)

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usamaro@rad
27 days ago

isn’t the like button already handling this? more likes = upvotes 0 or few like= downvote

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27 days ago

2.5 (aking to @cameron's remark) If the design prob is flipping Boolean like(🤍♥️) to a more expressive scalar (inc. -negative)...another ex. from the wild that is only positive (thereby mitigating -negativity problems) was Mediums "hold the heart down". Single click: 0..1 (boolean) Hold 0..n

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27 days ago

10. Upvotes make Reddit functional. It would differentiate Farcast from Twitter.

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27 days ago

2/3. Hard to think of a case where downvote meaningfully improves the product - even on Reddit it seems to be abused and used to bully depending on the subreddit

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27 days ago

As a user we tend to be happy with status quo and not be the best indicator of what we want. Off the top of my head, I’d say no, but then I do like the idea of looking at how downvotes play out in the Warpcast environment. Could end up being signalling tools for individuals and encourage new behaviour/content

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27 days ago

since no one else answered your direct question I won’t either….but me thinks you should make the heart icon purple instead of red 💜

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27 days ago

If this is for social environment, i prefer 🩷 and 🤣 to express my status. If this is for developers environment, then reddit style upvote ⬆️⬇️ would be a good choice.

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27 days ago

1 I think it stifles conversation when there are downvotes. And people can get brigaded

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leoclark.⌐◨-◨ 🛡️@leoclark.eth
27 days ago

⌐◨-◨ We def need the noggles and gm... so no.

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Maxbrain Capital@viybz
27 days ago

3-4 I don’t love the idea.

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Saroar Hossain Emon@slpngdmn
27 days ago

9

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27 days ago

6-8 I like the idea, but would much rather prefer dozens of different types of registered reactions (that can be explicitly useful in other protocols). a client with superficial up/down voting is worth the experiment, though.

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Vinay Débrou 😮‍💨@vinaydebrou.eth
27 days ago

7

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Chris James@articulate
27 days ago

5 It would be great if there was a weighting against downvotes, like 1 upvote = 2 downvotes or a restriction on downvotes only for accounts with x followers for y period Some way to reduce the incentive to be negative

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27 days ago

i take any downvoting without comment as 'hate', if downvote is implemented, you have to give feedback before you can downvote, trashy comment get you blocked.

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Emmanuel 🍕🦉@emmanuel
27 days ago

10, but the poster gets to decide.

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Cliff Blank@blank
27 days ago

We could answer better if we knew how hearting and up down voting played a role in the algorithm.

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Otter@68
27 days ago

(Point: 3) Honestly i dont like upvote. Upvote somehow make me feel boring and relate to technical site like stackoverflow, heart is more friendly

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Garrett@garrett
27 days ago

8. I assume that this would also info the algorithm of what shows up on your feed (higher upvotes show more often; higher downvotes less often)

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Garrett@garrett
27 days ago

What about a new paradigm? You only get 10 or 20 likes per day

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logonaut@lo
27 days ago

How about Medium-style claps? It avoids the stigma and pitfalls of downvotes but still offers more nuanced responses and more data points. Also, I wonder if some sort of a jokerace plugin would work here 🤔

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Jaack @ Korea Blockchain Week@jaack.eth
27 days ago

10!

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Venkatesh Rao ☀️@vgr
27 days ago

3 I'd say stick with the heart or go whole hog allowing arbitrary emoji reactions... anything in-between smacks of half-assed market regulation

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cqb@cqb
27 days ago

4ish, I think downvotes tend to turn into "I disagree with this" and aren't super productive. Would prefer to see some kind of emoji based reaction system I think. (Upvote/downvote system could be implemented by clients within emoji based reactions by limmiting to arrow emojis)

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Aaron Ho@aho
27 days ago

Up/down has a more forum like vibe, casts and conversations that take place here isn't much of a forum tho.

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Aaron Ho@aho
27 days ago

What does a down vote mean? Would hot takes get downvoted more?

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27 days ago

1, for the current style. Combining upvotes & downvotes was the first step at making Reddit worse overall. 5, if the upvote & downvote counts were separated. It immediately shows the community's reaction to such a post, & their support/disdain for it.

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Nicholas Charriere@pushix
27 days ago

I don’t think upvote / downvote works with public people. You get personal attacks and gamified mob downvoting for personal reasons. Need anon or quasi anon like Reddit

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Prash@prash
27 days ago

10. I have always wanted this on X

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kencodes.eth@kencodes
27 days ago

10. But as metadata at the protocol level that let clients decide how to prioritize

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markus@markus
27 days ago

3, against it but probably wouldn't stop me from using the app

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Gökhan Turhan@gokhan
27 days ago

1

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27 days ago

2, Personally prefer the like only approach. Makes more intuitive sense to me as this is not really a forum, where the up votes and down votes are there to indicate to a certain extent the usefulness of the post for future readers.

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Curiousjoe@curiousjoe
27 days ago

Probably 3, no need to change

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nimashah@nimashah
27 days ago

may be it could be use as a option when we are create our post, some post need something like that, like a vote

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27 days ago

I would try to invent something new... I remember that for Mamby, a social network with AI, we invented maracas because the brand strategy was linked to music. Maybe you have to look for the purpose of Warpcast/Farcaster...

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Sheftali@sheftali
27 days ago

I’d rather see a hybrid selector similar to LinkedIn. Sometimes I love a cast, sometimes I agree with it, sometimes I find it insightful, sometimes I dislike.

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leon@jiang
27 days ago

5. I go middle. Implement, have both? Or click twice upvote to get heart. Click once(upvote) to get upvote only. Either flow.

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Leo Nasskau@lsn
27 days ago

Probably a 7+ if it could train the algorithm But need to avoid clutter And it could prompt 'silent dunking' with swarms of downvotes that undermines discussion and ruins the culture

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Argon Stark@argon
27 days ago

Obviously the first option

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deebee@deebee
27 days ago

3 - I think the flat ‘non curated’ feed creates a more open culture

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Valnine@valnine
27 days ago

"8" it will be good

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web3d3v | sonsOfCrypto.com@web3d3v
27 days ago

3

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Fidel Ramos@framos.eth
27 days ago

5. Will definitely change how people use the site, can be positive or negative. I was just thinking how to better policy the channels, some people post offtopic. The downvote would help there. Consider upvote/downvote only in channels, not in timeline. Besides that, have a bookmark option everywhere.

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Mr SMH🛡️@mrsmh
27 days ago

100000

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Web3 Academy @web3academy
27 days ago

Great for instant feedback!

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Solomiya@solomiya
27 days ago

Definitely prefer likes) 2

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Ade_Ashley@adeashley
27 days ago

I like it as it is please

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Fadhil Bagas Tito@wav
27 days ago

I like Reddit style, so 2 sounds good

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Matt Galligan@mg
27 days ago

4 Downvote can be a strong signal, but it can also be abused by trolls. In an open and permissionless network that could wreak havoc. Emoji-style reactions with preset defaults maybe a good compromise. Plenty of interpretation left for front-end clients.

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Nick Smith@iamnick.eth
27 days ago

3. I'm not sure if it makes sense for casual posting. I would like the idea of upvote / downvote if the Farcaster post has an onchain vote associated with it

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Hartel@hartel
27 days ago

I would upvote that

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Anniceris@anniceris
27 days ago

Depends on what Warpcaster is trying to achieve. If simple replication of dopamine triggering app then no. If attempting to build out something far more granular with deeper network effects then yes. Also depends a lot on what us plebs will tolerate/understand.

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Alex Arias@whatsgood-al
27 days ago

Option: 1

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Matt Metzler @metz
27 days ago

2

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mactar@mactar
27 days ago

I don’t use Reddit, but that feature has always made sense to me. However, I don’t use Reddit and am addicted to Twitter so maybe there is a reason for that ha. I’ll go 5 - could work, maybe worth experimenting

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TEA@tea
27 days ago

10 of 10😉

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Brent Fitzgerald@bf
27 days ago

10. Love downvoting shitty comments.

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KING WEALTH 🔵🛡️@wealthfiles.eth
27 days ago

Big 10 man

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samson@xamm
27 days ago

Won't be bad

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Miro@miro
27 days ago

10. Quality content should be sorted by members and not by algorithms

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blueboy@blueb
27 days ago

very good

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27 days ago

Like is not the same than upvote. I’m not sure why people don’t see this difference. Upvoting makes sense when you’re asking questions, trying to find “the best answer”. But sometimes I just want to like something on Reddit and it doesn’t mean it’s a good answer.

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Kakashi@kakashi
27 days ago

1. wouldn't stop using but NOPE

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Jakub@jakub
27 days ago

3 - prefer likes much more for Warpcast

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27 days ago

2 I feel spoken for in existing replies

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agent 1@54
27 days ago

amazing

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Hexidethmal@hexidethmal
27 days ago

3. ⬇️ feelsbadman

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Gregor@gregor
27 days ago

Worth a test. Try and ask again after

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Defifury@defifury
27 days ago

I don't think it's necessary for now.

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Nick Drage@pathdependence
27 days ago

3. If you want variety go with an appropriate variation of LinkedIn/Facebook 's variety of choices.

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26 days ago

i dont think it will make me stop but i like likes

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gorgant@gorgant
26 days ago

4 Positive reinforcement seems to be sufficient. Down voting feels easier to abuse. You could go with the YouTube approach of having up/down but only up is visible.

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Jason Crawford@jasoncrawford
26 days ago

7 to 8. A good change, gets more info, gives an outlet for disagreement other than dunking…

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DzeeRoggs@dzeeroggs
26 days ago

Not sure, but I tend to yes so I say 6

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Kailash@kailash
26 days ago

Would love to have the feature to support arguments in a polarising conversation. Long press Like/repost to have up/down votes. Making distinction among like, repost, up/down and how users perceive them very important. Observe Reddit does not have a repost feature.

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Mary@maryy
26 days ago

1 use broken heart 💔 for upvote 😬

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bosco.eth@bosco.eth
26 days ago

Can we do heart up and down icons? :)

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bysmiel@bysmiel
26 days ago

A big no. It will be a reddit toxic system.

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Rahima@rahima
23 days ago

These changes can bring a different atmosphere and are still an interesting idea for those who cannot express their opposition well.