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I think it's much more fair that the questions should be also rated in terms of which proportion of the logged users that viewed that page have upvoted the question.

As a question goes older, it has a tendency of becoming more upvoted, and you can't draw a comparison between older pages and new pages.

With this new system you could. This system could be expanded to user's reputation and answer's reputation.

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You can very easily draw a comparison between older questions and newer questions - they're all dated. And even if someone makes a minuscule edit that doesn't change the content much (and resets the clock, so to speak), it should still be apparent by the ages of the answers on the question. – Daniel DiPaolo Apr 11 '11 at 20:16
    
@Daniel I think this calculation could be done automatically for me – Jader Dias Apr 11 '11 at 20:19

Disagree. What happens when I view a question after using up all of my daily votes? That question would be unfairly skewed downward because I viewed it but didn't vote on it.

Also, what problem is this trying to solve? Old good questions get more votes? They should! They're good questions!

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If you used your daily votes, your absence will be matched eventually by a possible absence in the other questions, given enough time and views. – Jader Dias Apr 11 '11 at 20:21

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