We have given project hosts more control of who can sign up for their projects. By leaving the karma box blank the default will allow anyone to join a project. This includes anyone with negative karma. By setting the karma to “0” people with no karma and positive karma will be allowed to join. Of course for those projects very dear to your heart you can still require more karma by adding in a higher number.
How to redeem yourself after receiving negative Karma?
Usually, project host give negative Karma for people who don’t participating after signing up for a project and then are non-responsive to any correspondence.
Life happens, and even though the karma won’t be erased, there is a way to gain positive karma to show other traders your credibility. You may do this by
* signing up for site-hosted swaps
*signing up for swaps open to anyone.
* remember to fulfill your obligation once you’ve signed up
* Don’t take on too many projects if you’re feeling overwhelmed
*If something happens- COMMUNICATE with the project host and, if necessary, withdraw from the project.
The key is to COMMUNICATE, COMMUNICATE, oh and COMMUNICATE.
Friday, October 16, 2009
The leaves are falling and the weather is getting colder and it definitely feels like fall in the Northwest. It’s a great time to clean the office/studio and get creative. Have wonderful artful weekend.
Posted by Sandra W. at 8:02 AM