On Thu, Jul 14, 2005 at 11:26:05AM +0100, Stephen Reilly wrote:
> > well if it's blatantly obvious that somebody is recommending his own
> > company/employer then that recommendation should be disregarded and I'd be
> > personally inclined to be suspicious of any testimonial for that company; which
> > would need to be followed up/verified anyway.
> We should really be leaning toward a complete list and then rate each
> vender rather than omitting companies we don't particularly like which
> tends to be mightilly subjective.
That's why I'm starting* to think that having a rating system of say 1-5 stars
makes sense. no stars would mean that the vendor is listed for completion's
sake but not 'recommended' as such.
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