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-<html><h1></html> +===== Companion Wiki =====
-Building Web 2.0 Reputation Systems Companion Wiki +
-<color red>--- UPDATE April 23, 2009 ---</color>+<html><table><tr><td><table> 
 +<tr><td>Book:</td><td><a href="http://www.jdoqocy.com/click-7085710-11260198?url=http%3A%2F%2Fshop.oreilly.com%2Fproduct%2F9780596159801.do%3Fcmp%3Daf-code-book-product_cj_9780596159795_%25zp&cjsku=9780596159801" target="_top"> 
 +Building Web Reputation Systems</a><img src="http://www.lduhtrp.net/image-7085710-11260198" width="1" height="1" border="0"/> <a href="http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-7085710-11260198?url=http%3A%2F%2Fshop.oreilly.com%2Fproduct%2F9780596159801.do%3Fcmp%3Daf-code-book-product_cj_9781449382568_%25zp&cjsku=9781449382568" target="_top"> 
 +(or eBook)</a><img src="http://www.ftjcfx.com/image-7085710-11260198" width="1" height="1" border="0"/></td></tr> 
 +<tr><td>By:</td><td>Randy Farmer, Bryce Glass</td></tr> 
 +<tr><td>Publisher:</td><td>O'Reilly Media</td></tr> 
 +<tr><td>Released:</td><td>March 2010</td></tr> 
 +What do Amazon’s product reviews, eBay’s feedback score system, Slashdot’s Karma System, and Xbox Live’s Achievements have in common? They’re all examples of successful reputation systems that enable consumer websites to manage and present user contributions effectively. With this book, you’ll learn how a reputation system can enhance your business, and what it takes to design and develop one of your own. 
 +If you’re building, operating, or participating in a website or online application, Building Web Reputation Systems will help you discover why these underlying mechanisms are critical for any organization that draws on—or plans to include—user-generated content.</td> 
 +<td><a href="http://www.kqzyfj.com/click-7085710-11260198?url=http%3A%2F%2Fshop.oreilly.com%2Fproduct%2F9780596159801.do%3Fcmp%3Daf-code-book-product_cj_9780596159795_%25zp&cjsku=9780596159801" target="_top"><img src="http://akamaicovers.oreilly.com/images/9780596159801/cat.gif" border="0" alt="Building Web Reputation Systems"/></a><img src="http://www.ftjcfx.com/image-7085710-11260198" width="1" height="1" border="0"/></td></tr></table></html>
-{{:fig_reputation_statement.png?300}}+  * Scale your reputation system to handle an overwhelming inflow of user contributions 
 +  * Quickly determine the quality of contributions, and why some are more useful than others 
 +  * Become familiar with different models that help you encourage first-class contributions  
 +  * Discover tricks of moderation, and how to stamp out the worst contributions in a quick and efficient way 
 +  * Engage contributors and reward them in a way that gets them to return
-The first draft of Chapter 2 - [[chapter2]] is now available for review and it's all about our reputation graphical grammar - the linchpin of the book and probably the most important work we're doing. Please take a look and leave feedback.+<blockquote> 
 +“I like the scope of the book. It provides a lot of new material about a field that is struggling to leap from black art to science, and it provides a lot of useful anecdotal evidence to illustrate the counter-intuitive traps.
-Bryce and Randy+--Douglas Crockford, Senior JavaScript Architect at Yahoo!</blockquote>
-<color red>---</color>+About the authors:
-This wiki is a companion for the upcoming Yahoo!Press/O'Reilly Media book: //Building Web 2.0 Reputation Systems// written by F. Randall "Randy" Farmer and Bryce Glass.+F. Randall “Randy” Farmer has been creating online community systems for more than 30 years. He helped to invent many of the basic structures for both virtual worlds and social software.
-[[chapter1|Reputations Systems]] are becoming increasingly critical to the web in general as people and businesses need to sort through the unprecedented volumes of user generated content produced globally every second of every day. We thought it needed a book to help establish a grammar for thinking about and designing these crucial systems. To date, this topic hasn't been covered in book form, with bits and pieces all spread around, mostly as corporate anecdotes or academic research papers+Bryce Glass is a principal interaction designer for Manta Media, Inc. Over the past 13 years, he’s worked on social and community products for some of the web’s best-known brands (Netscape, America Online and Yahoo!)
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-Since this is an attempt to build a //new// shared model for describing reputation systems, it seems logical that this book should be written in the //[[http://communicationnation.blogspot.com/2008/08/unbook.html|un-book]]// style - with the text available for peer scrutiny and feedback incrementally, as it is written.  +Basic understanding of application logic is recommended, along with experience in creating web content. 
- +<html><hr></html> 
-Initially, the authors will keep control on the master text, hoping that enabling anonymous commenting on every page will serve the purpose of allowing your substantive suggestions/corrections/enhancements. This way you won't need an account to participate and we'll be able to keep the conversion process under control. +  * [[Preface]] 
- +   * [[Chapter 1]] 
-Feel free to leave comments here about any structural changes you'd like to see to this wiki or any other comments about the process. +   * [[Chapter 2]] 
- +   * [[Chapter 3]] 
-[[Randy]] and [[Bryce]] +   * [[Chapter 4]] 
- +   * [[Chapter 5]] 
- +   * [[Chapter 6]] 
-P.S.: If you're really into it, you can subscribe to the [[http://buildingreputation.com/feed.php|RSS feed]] of most recently changed pages and keep up with every single substantive change over time.+  * [[Chapter 7]] 
 +   * [[Chapter 8]] 
 +   * [[Chapter 9]] 
 +   * [[Chapter 10]] 
 +  * [[Appendix A]] 
 +  * [[Appendix B]]
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