Some interesting info, not a question:
MITx launched today - I hope to see some other OpenStudy people in it - and in light of some of the recent discussions about the medal system, a review of their 'karma system' for awarding points and 'moderator privileges' is very interesting...
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In general, users can post discussion questions in the "Wiki" section of the course. Other users can UP VOTE and DOWN VOTE both the questions and the answers. UP votes are given ten points while down votes subtract one point. There is a limit of 200 points which can be given per question or answer per day. As users acquire points, they are granted 'moderation privileges' according to the following schedule:
Points Required Action
1 add comments
1 accept own answer to own questions
1 open and close own questions
50 edit community wiki questions
100 retag other's questions
250 close other's questions
2000 edit any answer
2000 delete any comment
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