Just wondering, how do we base quality posts?

December 26, 2006 6:27am CST
I was just thinking, how do we determine quality posts? Is it based on the following points? 1. Number of positive rating 2. Number of best responses 3. Number of words 4. Number of correct spellings 5. Number of correct grammar usage 6. Correct description of tags 7. Number of interaction on users on a particular discussion What do you guys think?
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• Sri Lanka
26 Dec 06
I don't think there is any way to determine quality posts. My way of looking for quality posts is to look for discussions with 0 or little responses. I feel that the more advanced the discussion is the lesser the responses. I don't think spellings and grammer matter. Mylot is to put out your ideas in whatever way you can. This is not a place for William Shakespeares. I think giving emphasis to spellings and grammer will be a sort of discrimination.
@kgwat70 (13395)
• United States
27 Dec 06
That is a very good question and I am sure we all have different views and opinions on what a quality post is or should be. I think most of us agree that a quality post is much more than a few words or even a few sentences. The knowledge given of a certain topic or discussion should also be considered. A persons honesty I think is also important.