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Pin the vote on the Baker

How well do you know your fellow 'bakers?
 
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The game could take many forms, but I see the simplest being an online adjunct to the halfbakery itself.

One (two's better) or more players log on to the game and select a number of turns to play. They are then presented with a series of halfbakery ideas (with at least one positive and one negative vote), the name of a halfbaker who voted on the idea and set of radio button controls for each player.

As each idea/user combination is displayed, each player chooses whether they think the user voted for or against the idea. The winner is the player who guesses right most often.

(An alternative form of this idea would be to implement [PotatoStew]'s "Name That 'Baker" idea in a similar fashion.)

phoenix, May 20 2004

Name That 'Baker http://www.halfbake...e_20That_20_27Baker
[phoenix, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

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       So you can only judge those who have annotated an idea or any damn baker you wish?
k_sra, May 20 2004
  

       I pick me. And I think I voted for Exhaust Sock.   

       I think I'm winning. : )
k_sra, May 20 2004
  

       No, an idea would be displayed along with the halfbakery user name of a halfbakery user that voted on the idea. The players try to decide whether the halfbakery user voted for or against the idea, based on how well they know the user.   

       I'd leave annotations out (unless they were anonymous) because some people disclose their votes.
phoenix, May 20 2004
  

       Do you have the ability to see who voted for what idea, [phoenix]? <shudders> Now I have to unvote for all of my own ideas... </s>
k_sra, May 20 2004
  

       Guess who gave you the fishbone. (Enough navel gazing and second guessing goes on around here already.)   

       And re: the link, DrBob and I switched bodies for a week, and no one came close to noticing, despite our very distinct styles.
DrCurry, May 20 2004
  

       DC: there's no guessing about that.
yabba do yabba dabba, May 20 2004
  
      
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