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Flipbook! 3.2 update

Flipbook! 3.2 update

In the month of January, there will be an update to the Flipbook! website. The main porpouse of this update is to improve the rating system of the animations. Several people have contacted me about it and this feedback has proven to be very valuable.

The new features include:

*Radical change to the rating approach. To rate an animation, instead of being asked to give a rating from 1 to 10, there will be 2 options: "i like it" and "i don't like it". This way the mechanism is simplified and each animation will have a number of positive points and negative points that will produce a rating.

* The "Top rated" page will be changed for a "Top voted". In this page there will be 3 categories: "Best voted", "Controversial" and "Worst voted". "Best voted" will show the animations with the most positive point difference. That is, the positive points minus the negative points. "Controversial" will show animations that have a very similar amount of positive and negative points. "Worst rated" will show animations with the most negative point difference. In all cases all animations must have a minimum number of votes to appear and only 1 page per category will be displayed.

* Additional code to make it harder for a single user to rate an animation many times.

There will be a "equivalency" routine to ensure that the current votings on animations are not lost but instead are translated into the new rating system.

The Flipbook! website will be closed temporarly for a couple of hours at the chosen upgrade date. I will inform this date on the Flipbook! website when it has been scheduled.

Questions and comments, please send to flipbook@piterwilson.com

Originally from
ReBlogged by juan ospina on Jan 3, 2006 at 12:44 PM Posted by juan ospina on Jan 3, 2006 at 12:44 PM

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purpose, juan, purpose.

:-)

Posted by: ann at 03.01.2006 04:01 PM


sounds cool but now I can't mak cartoons at midnight :( because they won't be rated. sounds like the website is going to be a lot more sufistacated

Posted by: Tunnle lord0 at 04.01.2006 08:27 AM


you should make a change in the making of the flipbook maybe make unlimited ink and maybe a chance to add color to the flipbook that way we can make it look neater.

Posted by: shaun at 06.01.2006 12:59 AM


It would be good for you all to put an eraser tool along with the undo and trash tools. that would be really helpful in the new update.

Posted by: Andrew Murillo at 06.01.2006 01:18 AM


add more ink and color so we can make our flipbooks look like real cartoons with background.

Posted by: shaun at 12.01.2006 02:39 AM



Great Site - really useful information!%

Posted by: Noel at 05.09.2007 06:55 AM



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