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  • Speedrace
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    Why doesn't the website automatically stop people who've done less than 2 non-troll debates from voting?
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    Lack of coding expertise.
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    Sad lol
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    Oh for God's sake, it's not there because initially we didn't have enough people for it to make sense to be implemented, now it makes sense since we already have lots of people with finished debates and I will add it sooner or later. I can't work on this stuff all my free time so things take time. I can't even get people to donate 30$ to cover the hosting expenses so cut me some slack here.
  • Speedrace
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    I didn't mean to insult you or anything and I wasn't asking for it to be implemented...you could try opening a GitHub so people can submit code though, I might be able to help :D
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    I didn't mean to insult you, I just meant the true reason is not something to laugh at, coding is very complex so what is the point of being ashamed in not knowing a particular part of it?

    One thing to bear in mind is when you code this make it 'naked'. Don't make it hidden, the new user should know they can't vote so they don't write an entire RFD and then realise it was all for nothing post-writing.
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    My apologies, my rant was more towards RM and his logic.
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    It's a trivial thing to implement, I am sure I can handle it :/
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    You need to implement this: (please excuse the c++)

    Class Haters : public Object

    public:
        virtual Go(  Object* obj )
        {
            Obj->Fuck();
        }
    }


    void TestUser( Object* user )
    {
       Hater* hater( dynamic_cast<Hater*>(user) );

       if(hater)
       {
           hater->Go(hater);
       }
    }
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    Haha I knew it was easy lol
  • David
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    Did you get it implimented? 
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    No, not yet but soon
  • Speedrace
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    That's why I was laughing because it seemed to easy, good thing you're the owner lol :D