Kompoz 3.0

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Ratatoskr / Emilio M R 1mo+11dy ago
Suggestion. Add ability for "Professionality" ratings/endorsement when working with people. Or generally a review once a collab is published. Example: I'd rather work with someone I get along with and get a genuine performance then an amazing player that doesn't work well with the group. Much love, stay safe, all! \m/


   

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mykaelsings   commented 12 days ago


I like the idea of endorsements. Another platform I use has that feature. But, in my humble opinion, a feature to review someone based on "professionalism" (which is subjective) is a gateway to negativity.

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beethonin   commented 12 days ago


I agree

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davkoeh77   commented 12 days ago


Here's a twist on that idea. A rating is subjective, but hard data can be interpreted by individuals according to their own tastes. One thing that I see as an issue related to Professionalism is whether or not people are responsive - meaning how soon do they get back to a person, if at all. It would be good to see on average how quickly people respond to messages and whether or not they provide answers to invites, and private messages. That can be done without subjective ratings. The system ought to be able to automatically measure that and then provide some kind of standard measure (e.g. this person responds to messages and invites within 1 day 80% of the time). To account for special circumstances so data doesn't get unfairly skewed, people could indicate when they are away for a period of time or just turn off their inbox/invite box when they don't want to be disturbed or set up auto responses in their messaging. Auto responses should count as a response because it accomplishes the purpose of communicating whether the person is available and taking messages. That way when inviting potential collaborators, a creator can immediately know if someone is taking invites or not. More control over message settings would allow people to only allow messages to come from designated people and all others would get a notification. By giving people the ability to set up the proper settings in message boxes a lot of uncertainty can be avoided and creators will know to move on to other potential collaborators instead of waiting for responses that can take days or that never come at all. The average response times measure will further enhance a creator's ability to discern who is reliable and interested in working on projects (or just willing to communicate - whether accepting or declining) and who is not likely to be as reliable.

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mykaelsings   commented 12 days ago


I can't find any issues with this type of tool. Awesome suggestion.