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Advocate I

Re: To Kudo or not to Kudo

I've used other security community platforms which didn't adopt the 'like' button and other aspects of more general social media.  To be honest I prefer those.  Although I suppose 'kudo' stands in for I've read your post, typed response is better.

 

  

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Steve Wilme CISSP-ISSAP, ISSMP MCIIS
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Community Champion

Re: To Kudo or not to Kudo

If you kudo everything, effectively you kudo nothing.

 

With regards to kudos as a form of saying thank you, I'd much rather people actually take the time to post their thanks than kudo if they've been helped, but if you kudo as a form of thanks then that's better than nothing.

 

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Influencer I

Re: To Kudo or not to Kudo

> AlecTrevelyan (Community Champion) posted a new reply in Welcome on 01-18-2020

> If you kudo everything, effectively you kudo nothing.

The Zen of kudo.

(Or we could have quantum kudoes: this post is both kudoed and not kudoed ...)

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Contributor III

Re: To Kudo or not to Kudo

Now meta-kudos? Meta-security?

 

I think I need a meta-nap and dream of meta-kudos-sheep.

 

- b/eads