Obviously users are going to have a different opinion of how the rating system should be used. I believe
- The left hand value as the value which defines that you think "this application rocks!" where the right hand defines whether the application is included in the main DB, based on meeting the criteria of being Portable as per the FAQ.
Maybe the two should be separated from one another, because some applications which I have no use for e.g. Enigeo
(sorry joby_toss) I still vote as being included but not as "This app rocks!"I edited the first post accordingly. Sorry for any problems.
No problems man just my opinion.
I thought about it some more and I see your point.
I can understand wanting to grow the database,even if it contains entries I wouldnt use
cause the info included in the entries is very helpful.
I dont know how many times I have looked up programs specifically for the info included in TPFC entries.
I might vote a newly discovered app in if its portable
but if I dont like it, its a sure bet I will remove it from my favorites once listed.
Between the comments section and forum discussion its pretty easy to gauge a "portability" rating,
so ultimately I will reserve my lasting
vote for the popularity aspect.