...considering that I didn't try to disprove anything.
Granted that "prove" was a poor choice of words. What I was refering to there was mearly
Drop the random elementRandomness reduces information, it doesn't contribute to it.
Your individualized scoring system is no more available than mine, so I don't see how you can criticize my proposal on that basis.
Because this thread is a proposal to implement said system. I didn't get the idea you were recommending I be allowed to add my own triggers to the database, rather it seemed that you were suggesting I could simply implement my system.
While I didn't tell you that your opinion is wrong, it seems hypocritical to say that my opinion on that matter should be squelched.
I apologize if it came across that way. Certainly, opinions are to be encouraged. Perhaps I overstated my disagreement with your ideas.
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