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Re: [ox-en] There is no such thing as "equal exchange" - respect instead of money

Stefan Noack wrote:

"Trust points" is something that seems self-contradicting to me. Trust
is always relative. If person A gets trust from B the value of that
trust cannot be quantified by any of them. Of course. B could quantify
how good the trust in A is but those values can _never_ be summed up
to a value that appers as a "score" of A.

Yes they can. In fact, this is pretty much what nowadays 'social network' sites use to give some 'ranking'. It's an elaborate 'web of trust', where people declare some form of confidence in their peers. (What precisely that is supposed to measure is dependent on the specific web in question.) Lots of research has gone into the question of how to make such networks safe against intruders.



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