Zero Mojo and Line thickness

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02 Nov, 2011 01:57 PM

Heavy vs Light lines

Is there any significance in the rank ordering of zero mojo users? This is the first page after sorting twice by mojo. I note that some are above the NRs and Bojos and that some are below them. Further they are distinguished by either light ----- or heavy -----. This distinction does not appear in the user profiles.

Both above the bojos and NRs and immediately below all users have written a comment.
Above the users are mostly new though not uniformly.
Above the users have mostly not written diaries though not uniformly.
Some have had their comments replied to.
Some have rated comments.
Some have recced a diary.
Some are following other users.
The only thing that unites the users above is that none of their comments have ever been rated up or down.

Any thoughts regarding the light/bold distinction?


  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by elfling on 02 Nov, 2011 07:04 PM

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    The light and bold distinction is puzzling. It's just one gif.

    The order in the mojo column is by an actual numeric value that is hidden - so someone with say 0 mojo in this display may actually just have very low mojo different from the one next to it. Of course, there are thousands of users who have never taken any mojoable action on the site and thus have the exact same raw value.

  2. 2 Posted by aoeu on 02 Nov, 2011 10:18 PM

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    This is not an entirely convincing explanation. Bojo, for instance, is clearly a negative number of some substantial size if an internal score drives the autoban.

    This user must be getting close to the autoban but is not on the first page.

    Those above the bojo users are clearly positive as they have all posted comments. One thing that separates them from the ones below the bojos is that none have ever been HRed.

  3. 3 Posted by aoeu on 04 Nov, 2011 09:14 PM

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    I am not seeing the multiple dash thickness at this time.

  4. System closed this discussion on 12 Dec, 2016 09:24 PM.

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