Feature suggestion: Content quality levels/curated tab

trust-levels

(Daniel M ) #1

This expands on this post from two years ago.

So here is what I propose:
In addition to trust levels, discourse can support Content Quality Levels.

(Note: I did not make this graph, it was copied from the linked post)

Trust levels are already implemented, on the Y-axis.
People who consistently post quality content can ascend on the X-axis.

What would this do?
A new tab can be added (“Featured” or “Curated”) which can be calculated by likes, date (more recent is better; maybe along a curve like y=sqrt(-(x-5)) or something similar), and manual influence by curators.

CQLs can be calculated by maybe (# of likes * avg. CQL of likers).
This can be accompanied by a badge (quality contributor, curator, quality curator) and increased flag priority/like limit.

This would be especially powerful when combined with something like this.

Additionally, a high CQL can be a factor in automatic promotion to TL4.


Optional blog-like “homepage” for the forum
(Lisa Wess) #2

Oh… yes please. Pretty please. :slight_smile: