How many digg votes does it take to get to the front page?
For muhammad saleem it seems harder and harder to break a story on to the front page. It’s like not all diggers are created equal. His crime? People like what he submits. It seems people like the stuff he submits so much he is given a handicap.
Surely it’s the story that gets to the front page, whoever submitted is irrelevant. Unless of course there is something going on here we don’t know about. Of course digg has to protect their system, but this is just silly, when the system actually stops good stories getting to the front page the system is wrong.
Is Muhammad spamming the system with useless info? No. So what is the problem? And what is the big secret.
Check out this screen grab earlier, 150 votes and still not on the front page.
Tamar has also pointed out the problem with getting 10e20.com some traction on digg, it seems the site has been targeted by the bury brigade. Do we know what is actually happening? No we don’t and that is the problem. Where is the transparancy?
Digg is great, but it’s a little paranoid. But, “just because you paranoid, don’t mean they’re not after you”