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Have you seen the new Leader Cloud yet? It is pretty neat!

This page is not linked to from the main page yet, but we are a few people who are monitoring the site, and this popped up on our radar. It looks interesting, and yet not fully formed. More features are probably in the works (I have seen screenshots of other implementations, but those I will not share here)

There are several things I like about this. First of all, for instance, it shows people between 1 and 9 points. SUPER!

I cannot express how psyched I am by that. Now we have a way to give attention to some of those guys who are starting up in the game, who havent made a lot of friends yet maybe. Who havent found ways to channel their work into sub-spheres on Evoke.

What do you think about the Leader Cloud as it looks now?

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Comment by Amber Sofia on April 1, 2010 at 1:20am
I love the feel of the page. The conept is great because it gives the newer players a chance to be heard. It's also great because it is not based on the people with the most points; only for people to click on their names and give them even more points. The randomised feature makes it more ... I'm trying to think of a word... fair? Anyway, I like it. Thanks for sharing =]
Comment by Raymond M. Kristiansen on April 1, 2010 at 1:25am
a combination of the two approaches is the best in my opinion. the "leaders", for those who thrive in a competitive environment (and the system should severely punish cheating). and then there are the other lists, like the ones we see now. but the Leaders list should be at the very bottom of the page. it should be more hidden. so that the others come first.

and yes, the randomness is interesting. it also gives us the incentive to refresh page to find new content. if only there were ways to enhance all this.

wtb open API
Comment by Nathan L Verrill on April 1, 2010 at 2:15am
It has since been updated with leaders by power (at the bottom), mega heroes (all runes accomplished) and power generators (most powers given).

Cheers
Comment by Samuel Freilich on April 1, 2010 at 2:20am
Interesting. I'm glad they're still tweaking the site.
Comment by Raymond M. Kristiansen on April 1, 2010 at 2:22am
yeah, thanks Nathan. also I see that the Cloud is now linked to from "Leaders" on top of site. so its live/official now. great.

and I like the power generators. its a good pointer to attention-Givers
Comment by Raymond M. Kristiansen on April 1, 2010 at 2:29am
the 667 votes came from +20, +50 etc from admins. what else? come on, you know about that Ethan - dont you?

admins are given 2000 points per week (I THINK, im not quite sure that is the number) that they can give out to agents whose work they like. that is, they give the points either to the Agent, or to a Specific Item the agent has produced. a blog post etc.

there is nothing weird about this. you may agree or disagree with this system (im in the middle, undecided), but its been pretty transparent from the start of evoke.
Comment by Raymond M. Kristiansen on April 1, 2010 at 2:31am
and with all due respect, Ethan, the 'great question' is NOT how this or that player got his points from, or whether this or that player is cheating, or whether this or that player should be banned or not. the great question is innovation.

let's focus on that.

i am happy about the new leader board system. now, let's use it. not for theories about how some people got their points, but for finding new and relevant content.

content is still king.

:)
Comment by Raymond M. Kristiansen on April 1, 2010 at 2:52am
the -1 can have all kinds of reasons. he maybe deleted a post, or a picture. or maybe an admin deleted it because it broke some copyright. or something else. why not ask Reid about it? ;)
Comment by Nick Heyming on April 1, 2010 at 2:57am
I like it. Appeals to me.
Comment by Raymond M. Kristiansen on April 1, 2010 at 3:03am
@Ethan: How?

Here are a few ideas:

Do something unique. Do something which takes for instance balls of iron. That is, courage. Do something in your local community, and report back to Evoke. That's what Reid did during the first week. He actually went and visited an eco-village. He posted pictures, etc. Things which a lot of readers liked, including some admins I guess. That visit, I think, was what got Reid rolling bigtime and became the start of his legend.

HIS legend. There are tons of legends on Evoke. Tons of interesting people doing interesting things. If you want to 'get a lot of votes from the admins', make sure you do something that can get a lot of votes from other players. That is, can speak to us. It can be creative, investigative journalism, courageous as I mentioned, or something else. Something that moves this site forward.

By doing that, you will maybe find that the 'votes from the admins' is not the goal, but maybe becomes a minor bonus. Where the goal actually is what you DO, on this site. And how that affects what Others do. :)

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