Difference between revisions of "Milestone 15 Boomerang mental model for requester and worker"

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'''What the requester sees'''
'''What the requester sees'''
This worker gets...
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Revision as of 20:44, 3 September 2015

Please read the comments from requesters collected by @spamgirl and @arichmondfuller on version 1 of boomerang mental model for requesters: http://crowdresearch.stanford.edu/w/index.php?title=150828_wording_responses

Version 3 for comment:

What the requester sees

This worker gets...

√+: early access to your tasks

√: normal access to your tasks

√-: last access to your tasks

What the worker sees

This requester will be at the...

√+: top of your task feed

√: middle of your task feed

√-: bottom of your task feed

Version 2 archived at the end of this document

Then please take a look at requester and worker interface screenshots from @neilthemathguy et al which are pinned the the #reputation-system channel

Amendment request: On the requester page include the list of workers who have been selected to do a particular task.

Worker-Requester.png ‎

Comments by @asmitagupta Shouldn't we have the list of workers who accepted to take the particular task for that requester on requester's page ? so that their will be an idea of how many workers are planning to do that task

Archived versions:

For requesters: When you rate a worker, the workers whom you rank highly (✓+) will get early (privileged) access to your future work, whilst those whom you rank low (✓-) will not receive access to your future work at all. Those whom you rank as simply acceptable (✓)will receive standard access to your future work. By providing this feedback, you will also help to improve the overall quality of results delivered by Daemo.

For workers: If you rate a requester ✓+, then their tasks will appear at the top of your task feed and if you rate them ✓-, then their tasks will be buried at the bottom of your feed. Ratings of ✓ will not change their location in your feed.