I found a small problem, which I can better explain on an example. A user ooo started from time to time bounty for some questions and accept there after the week is expire. It is a form of fraud, but one sees only "89% accept rate" by the user. Is it possible to add something like "10% accept bounty rate" by questions with bounty?
I don't want to discomfort to some person. I see the problem as a general problem which can be easy solved with respect of displaying of the text like "10% accept bounty rate".
I personally will no more give any answers to ooo's questions, but other people will not knows nothing about the problem.
The problem with bounty is a little more hard for persons who give an answer to the question before the bounty was started. Updating of the questions and a lot of votes to the questions change nothing (see my answer what is the best way to optimize my json on an asp.net-mvc site for example). How I understand now the stile of working of the user ooo in the next days he accept my next (and the last) answer is there a way to programatically set a filter in jquery jqgrid?.
I find more fair if updated answers have the same rights to receive at least 50% of bounty as the answers given after the start of the bounty.
UPDATED: I want only added, that I have no idea why the user not accept the answers during the 7 days. The fact is that in the last two months ooo for example started 6 questions with bounty:
is there a way to programatically set a filter in jquery jqgrid?, how can i keep my url when my validation fail in asp.net mvc controller action, Sharepoint web services -- The HTTP request is unauthorized with client authentication scheme 'Ntlm'. The authentication header received from the server was 'NTLM', Is it possible to load content dynamically through ajax (instead of upfront) in simile timeline, can you use jquery lazyload on all images (not just ones out of view), what is the best way to optimize my json on an asp.net-mvc site
The last two questions 3036524 and 2999955 (one from me) are now accepted. Probably after the automatic reminding.
I know that after starting of bounty the user lost the bounty. But the user ask a lot of questions. For some questions where he want have more interesting answers he started bounty (he collect reputation mostly from the questions). Independent on whether he accepted the answer and when he accepted the question he receive the same answers which he can somewhere read and try (verify). I don't really know why he do this.
From the other side users who invest his time in answering of the question have an interest to receive the bounty or at least receive "thanks! It work.". If one could seen the "accepted bounty rate" it would be exactly (or probably more interesting) so important for the answer as the standard accept rate.
If somebody ask a question and not accept any answer and don't write any comment to the answer he receive mostly the information which he needs. Exactly so is with the questions with bounty. If somebody start a question with bounty he receive qualitative more better answers as without bounty. He receive the same results independent whether he accept the question within 7 days or not. Isn't so?