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[Request] Nomination system for a Top10 list

Discussion in 'Add-on Requests [Archive]' started by Skeletor, Nov 25, 2010.

  1. Skeletor

    Skeletor Member

    Most forums have a specific topic and audience. You might run a forum about cars, music, movies, pets, poems etc. The list is almost endless.

    So the idea for this add-on is based around polls.

    1) Users must be able to nominate new entries (maybe via a form or email?)
    2) The moderators and administrators can then approve the nominations before they appear on a list. The list of nominations should be available to members so they can see what has been nominated.
    3) The add-on should support multiple categories for nominations. (limit the amount of nominations per category? categories could include movie/music genres, car/bike models, sports etc - the mods or admin must be able to set this up)

    The rest can be done manually but it would be nice if it can be part of the add-on.

    4) After X weeks/months the list(s) must be converted to a poll
    5) Allow each member to cast one or more votes per category
    6) Leave the poll running as long as you want. Take the top 10 from this first poll and create the final poll. If it is a yearly poll end it around November so you can run the final poll during December.
    7) Allow each member to cast one vote in the final poll.

    Having a Top 10 running could bring in more traffic. Think “facebook likes/recommends”

    I think it will be a nice add-on for any community dealing with specific topics.

    Thoughts please?
  2. Digital Doctor

    Digital Doctor Well-Known Member

    This is similar to something I have been thinking about.
    This is similar to UserVoice. I know that Joomla.org embedded UserVoice into their site. ideas.joomla.org
  3. dieketzer

    dieketzer Well-Known Member

    its early days in a start up community i have launched using xf.
    nearly every member is coming from a vb background, so there are lots of requests for modifications/functionality they enjoyed from vb.
    id love an easy way to solicit modification nominations and put it to a vote.
    it would also come in handy when it is time to promote a couple of people to moderator.

    i can see endless uses for something like this
  4. Digital Doctor

    Digital Doctor Well-Known Member

    What's the nature of your community ?
    Do you collect information ?

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