2 Used the official name of Stack Overflow - see section "Proper Use of the Stack Exchange Name" in <http://stackoverflow.com/legal/trademark-guidance> (the last section), etc.
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umUm... okOK?

So, to summarize, "Stackoverflow"Stack Overflow, due to its reward structure, will never, ever, ever receive awesome answers."

I don't agree or disagree with that statement. AsAs Bill Cosby says, "The proof is in the pudding."

What is present in terms of questions and answers will help some, and not others. This site isn't for everyone, though, and frankly if the attempt was made to please everyone, then it would be nearly worthless.

But since you've gone to such great lengths to analyze the motivation system, can you suggest ways to improve it, and share examples that demonstrate intrinsic motivation produces better results?

um... ok?

So, to summarize, "Stackoverflow, due to its reward structure, will never, ever, ever receive awesome answers."

I don't agree or disagree with that statement. As Bill Cosby says, "The proof is in the pudding."

What is present in terms of questions and answers will help some, and not others. This site isn't for everyone, though, and frankly if the attempt was made to please everyone, then it would be nearly worthless.

But since you've gone to such great lengths to analyze the motivation system, can you suggest ways to improve it, and share examples that demonstrate intrinsic motivation produces better results?

Um... OK?

So, to summarize, "Stack Overflow, due to its reward structure, will never, ever, ever receive awesome answers."

I don't agree or disagree with that statement. As Bill Cosby says, "The proof is in the pudding."

What is present in terms of questions and answers will help some, and not others. This site isn't for everyone, though, and frankly if the attempt was made to please everyone, then it would be nearly worthless.

But since you've gone to such great lengths to analyze the motivation system, can you suggest ways to improve it, and share examples that demonstrate intrinsic motivation produces better results?

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um... ok?

So, to summarize, "Stackoverflow, due to its reward structure, will never, ever, ever receive awesome answers."

I don't agree or disagree with that statement. As Bill Cosby says, "The proof is in the pudding."

What is present in terms of questions and answers will help some, and not others. This site isn't for everyone, though, and frankly if the attempt was made to please everyone, then it would be nearly worthless.

But since you've gone to such great lengths to analyze the motivation system, can you suggest ways to improve it, and share examples that demonstrate intrinsic motivation produces better results?