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When I approve / disapprove an article in the moderation queue I am happy for my vote to be made public

Survey period: 3 Sep 2014 to 17 Sep 2014

From this discussion.

OptionVotes% 
Yes, make my name and vote public10677.94
No, keep my name and vote private3022.06



 
AnswerNothing to hide Pin
Yvan Rodrigues10-Sep-14 8:42
professionalYvan Rodrigues10-Sep-14 8:42 
GeneralAnd Pin
Thanks78723-Sep-14 22:00
professionalThanks78723-Sep-14 22:00 
GeneralRe: And Pin
_Vitor Garcia_4-Sep-14 4:37
Member_Vitor Garcia_4-Sep-14 4:37 
GeneralRe: And Pin
Austin Mullins4-Sep-14 5:49
MemberAustin Mullins4-Sep-14 5:49 
I voted no. If a dismayed author asks for clarification on a "disapprove" vote (I doubt they would care about an "approve" vote), I would most likely provide a reason, thus revealing the fact that I may have in fact been one of the "no" voters. I don't feel that it's necessary in every case, though, and I definitely feel better about it being my choice when to publish such an opinion. I don't think I'm alone in this. My guess is that, if all votes became public knowledge, fewer people would vote on the moderation queue, which would lead to lower overall quality for the site.
GeneralRe: And Pin
Thanks78724-Sep-14 8:41
professionalThanks78724-Sep-14 8:41 
GeneralRe: And Pin
Paulo Zemek4-Sep-14 9:06
mvaPaulo Zemek4-Sep-14 9:06 
GeneralRe: And Pin
Wendelius10-Sep-14 1:25
mveWendelius10-Sep-14 1:25 
AnswerRe: And Pin
Yvan Rodrigues10-Sep-14 8:45
professionalYvan Rodrigues10-Sep-14 8:45 
AnswerRe: And Pin
Yvan Rodrigues10-Sep-14 8:43
professionalYvan Rodrigues10-Sep-14 8:43 
GeneralRe: And Pin
Thanks787210-Sep-14 20:29
professionalThanks787210-Sep-14 20:29 

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