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Building Web Reputation Systems

3.95 of 5 stars 3.95  ·  rating details  ·  42 ratings  ·  3 reviews
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 most effectively. This book shows you how to design and develop reputation systems for your own sites or web applica ...more
ebook, 336 pages
Published March 4th 2010 by Yahoo Press (first published 2010)
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Eric Goldman
For the past couple of years, I have been researching how we regulate reputation systems. As part of researching other disciplines’ approaches to reputation systems, I was pleasantly surprised to find this book, which discusses web reputation systems from a technical/product development standpoint. I'm not aware of other books directly on point, so that alone makes the book noteworthy. [If you know of analogous books that I should look at, I'd be grateful for the references.]

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Greg Knaddison
This book is extremely useful for anyone building multi-user websites. It covers theory, abstract ideas, and concrete examples of how to create powerful reputation tools. I was impressed with the insight they provided into personal reputation systems, content reputation, and public/private reputation systems.

There's so much more to this field than I originally thought and the authors presented it in an easy to digest form.
Stefano Ottolenghi
The first 50 pages or so are good. But then all medium sized brains will infer what's written after just browsing through them...
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