Reputation Systems for Genealogy

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Reputation is common in our everyday web experience. For example, we shop for products with 4 or 5 stars, and we trust Ebay merchants with good seller feedback. Surprisingly, reputation is practically nonexistent in genealogy's tech world. This presentation will cover: the potential benefits of reputation in genealogy; patterns for creating reputation; motivations for using specific reputation models; and examples of successful reputation systems.

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Language English
Lesson Owner FamilySearch
Skill Level Beginner
Lesson Creation Date 21 February 2012
Presenter Jimmy Zimmerman

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