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Nov 22nd, 2010 at 20:00 GMT
Quite to the contrary, I make an effort to generate exposure to quizzes from non-editors by making good quizzes into editor's picks. I also think, though, that there's nothing wrong with having an editor's pick every day and so often pick quizzes from editors as well. At this very moment, six of the 10 editor's picks on the section page are from non-editors.
Nov 22nd, 2010 at 20:11 GMT
This quiz is false. I've had games picked by Hejman multiple times. Not to mention that he is definitely one of the better, fairer, and (this last one's important) more accessible editors on Sporcle. (I won't name the names of the editors I don't care for, but they all help the site anyway; there's no law that they all must have 100% approval ratings.)
Now give me my 3 Q's and the Batman symbol, Fisher_and_Diaz, and I'll get off your case ;-)
Nov 22nd, 2010 at 20:23 GMT
@fisher_and_Diaz- You can check my list of plays and you'll see that accusation is false and slanderous. My quizzes often don't get many plays (the second to the last quiz I put up- LOTR Chapter titles only had 37 plays even after being made an editor's pick). I do often post my quizzes to facebook and tweet them right after contributing them, which likely adds to an early surge in plays. I make quizzes editor's picks based solely on whether I think they're deserving of it. Generally, the editors are editors because they make good quizzes, and I certainly don't think it's fair for me to ignore their quizzes just because they're editors.
Nov 25th, 2010 at 05:44 GMT
I had thought this was obvious but the editors don't actually work for Sporcle. We don't all know each other personally and only really communicate via email for the most part. Each of us were asked my the admins to be editors based on our contributions to the site so it stands to reason that quizzes by editors do well - that's how we got the job in the first place.
Dec 3rd, 2010 at 04:23 GMT
Why don't you focus more on making your quizzes worthy of editor's picks instead of being bitter for whatever reason? I actually kind of liked your 'who would win in a fight' games. It was an interesting concept that hasn't really been explored on Sporcle before and you brought it to the table. I'm sure if you put some of that creativity into making a miscellaneous quiz or science or whatever, the editors would take notice and give you a fair opportunity to be an editor's pick.
Dec 18th, 2010 at 18:46 GMT
I've gotten an Editor Pick from Hejman before, and I'm not an Editor. In fact, it was my first Editor Pick.
@Sporctastic: You are right. I agree!
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