thank you for reading through and the constructive answer.
I would like to emphasize that I have absolutely no idea about the programming and the protocol. I try to contribute my practical thinking here.
Sorry if it sometimes sounds too one-sided I give my best
We can think about the numbers but in my opinion it should be in this area. With 30 POIs per month for the active status, this is 1 POI per day. I can do something like this in 3-5 minutes on the Tablet. Anyone who does not want to participate in these important decisions can continue to create POIs as many as he want and whenever.
In my opinion, waiting for further malicious attacks would be a step backwards.
A voter should also have 100 POIs before he can judge Challanges of those who have already created 100. (when we speak about the 100 POIs mark)
Very roughly described:
Where do we go when the student questions the teacher’s skills on the first day?
That would be a very important mechanism when it comes to malicious action with multiple accounts to avoid.
Yes, I have already read through. I can already say that this will simply be useless when it comes to protect the cartographers from malicious attacks by voters and we have the next problem in a short time.
These suggestions alone protect the removal of tokens from the map and ensure the addition of new POIs. That’s something I really support.
I do not know how difficult it is to solve this technically.
I thought if an address had to fulfill certain requirements when participating in challenges and votes such as 100 POIs, how difficult can it be to temporarily exclude this address from challenges and votes.
If an Ether address which has 100 POIs on the map is required to participate in challenges and votes, the only way to avoid the lock is to create a new address with 100 POIs, not?
Yes, the decision can only be made by the Foam Team itself. Here an intervention is definitely needed.
Apart from the user I uncovered, there are others.
By introducing such a protection mechanism, the attacks would be substantially minimized and the effort would not be particularly great. It could be done.
If we were to find this community now we would have not so much to discuss now.
You have even seen the attempt of manipulation by jazzhands. Unfortunately, only you have really questioned this article. Hundreds of people have read it.
I thak @nameloceroom and @foam_cs for the support which I have always noticed.
From both I could recognize the appreciation of my work and this is much more important to me than anything else this map has to offer.
I do not know if that is feasible what I write. I try to describe a self-contained protective machismo that is consistent with the users’ experience.