10 years ago
Under dev. review
I find the votes to be a good aid while processing ideas.
new -> considered
A Person's Perception is Their Reality
Those numbers would be incorrect if you take into account "read but not voted on" and "Don't care" button. I cannot see the value for the members when ultimately the final decision rests in someone else's hands.
Votes here do not govern the outcome of the community. Poorly rated (voted-on) ideas have been implemented as well as Highly rated (voted-on) ideas have been rejected.
Just because it might be a good idea doesn't mean it's going to fit into the plan.
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Precisely, each idea is not posted at the same time.
There are what were posted about one year ago, and there are what were posted about a half year ago, and there are what were posted recently...
So, the quantity of 'Votes' (= denominator) are quite different each other.
Then we cannot grasp degree of approval properly by looking at only 'Score' (= numerator).
Whilst I'm sure Clem takes the popularity or not of a suggestion into account, I doubt this is the over-riding factor for approval or rejection. This is likely to be whether the suggestion is relevant, practicable and/or fits into the aims and feature set of Mint. Your suggestion wouldn't add any benefits imo.