[uf-discuss] hReview feedback

Ryan King ryan at technorati.com
Fri Jan 13 01:20:26 PST 2006

On Jan 12, 2006, at 10:02 PM, Paul Bryson wrote:
> "Scott Reynen" wrote...
>> Paul Bryson wrote:
>>> On the topic of hReview, I think it works really well with one
>>> exception.
>>> The "Rating" system seems woefully inadequete.  I guess 1-5 is a   
>>> common
>>> case, but certainly not 80%.  There should be a machine readable   
>>> way to
>>> mark
>>> the upper and lower bounds of the rating.
>> There is.
>> "The rating is an integer from 1 to 5 inclusive indicating a  
>> rating  for
>> the item, higher indicating a better rating. Optionally a  different
>> integral "worst" value and/or "best" value MAY be specified  (e.g.  
>> 6 from
>> 0-10)."
> To clarify, there should be a better way.  Specifically, a better  
> way to
> mark the lower bound.  I can't think that I've ever seen a review  
> that tells
> you if the lower bound is 1 or 0.  So, how do you provide that  
> information
> without looking silly?

How do people provide it now without looking silly? Do they?

> The currently used date-pattern allows the entire date/time including
> timezone to be provided, all without overwhelming the reader.  I  
> would like
> to see a similar method.

Of course, we're using a specific, standardized time format here, so  
there are different concerns.


Ryan King
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