Gina Miller wrote:
> The server was decommissioned and is being moved to another server. And they
> hope to have it back soon. As far as your last question, not that I know of,
> I suggest just hanging on temporarily.
> Gina "Nanogirl" Miller
> > I can't reach crit.org, and I'm not the only one. What happened to
> > crit? And is there a replacement, or a similar service, which I can use?
I've been doing reseach on collective filtering and user feedback systems like
crit.org, and I've found this list and its archives to be the best source of
information I've yet seen. On the other hand, although I've seen many pointers
to different servers/services, I've not heard too many reviews. Since the topic
has gotten around to the crit service, and it seemed IMHO to be one of the
better designed of such systems (I now know of about 5, most used for
graffitti), I've been wondering if anyone had any comments on its design. What
does it do right and what does it do wrong? How would you change it, and what
would be your wish list if you didn't have to worry about implementation
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