they're better indicators than a certain small group of people, from some events we can see they have a judge system that is different from others. "good maps" judged by the whole community or "good maps" judged by a small group (obviously they have the different prefers from the larger community), which one is better. and what do you think?
Jarby wrote:What I'm saying here is that play count and favourites are not good indicators of map quality.
not really, i guess you didn't read what i posted or you need to improve your math a bit.
Jarby wrote:Even if you were trying to set up this system as "maps the community like because of their affixation with otaku music", it would be pointless because the current statistics shown accurately.
do you think ranking chart still keeps its original purpose... oh well, say it clearly, it's "a list of maps that a small community likes and half of the maps are from this community", right? if answer is "yes", then my idea has its meaning.
Jarby wrote:Don't you think the ranking charts are enough? They serve the same basic purpose.