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While I agree that you have now shown that the contributions from guest users are (statistically) significantly less useful than the contributions from experienced users, in my opinion you have not yet justified how they are not worth the time and moderation effort required to make their votes and comments suitable for the site.

Especially with the very high degree of moderator intervention here as compared to the average SE site (personal experience with the sites I have used), I am of the opinion that the relatively small amount of bad votes due to network standards would not significantly impact on the fact whether bad questions/answers are deleted, since mod deletions do not require the answer or question to be downvoted to begin with.

Unless the network users start posting questions and answers (which would then quickly turn them into experienced users), they would not marginally increase the moderator workload in closing/deleting questions and answers.

On the other hand, they would increase the workload involved in deleting comments, but the numbers involved seem to be relatively small (75 deleted per month, which IMO is worth the time considering that they do in fact produce many useful comments).

While I agree that you have now shown that the contributions from guest users are (statistically) significantly less useful than the contributions from experienced users, in my opinion you have not yet justified how they are not worth the time and moderation effort required to make their votes and comments suitable for the site.

Especially with the very high degree of moderator intervention here as compared to the average SE site (personal experience with the sites I have used), I am of the opinion that the relatively small amount of bad votes due to network standards would not significantly impact on the fact whether bad questions/answers are deleted, since mod deletions do not require the answer or question to be downvoted to begin with.

Unless the network users start posting questions and answers (which would then quickly turn them into experienced users), they would not marginally increase the moderator workload in closing/deleting questions and answers.

While I agree that you have now shown that the contributions from guest users are (statistically) significantly less useful than the contributions from experienced users, in my opinion you have not yet justified how they are not worth the time and moderation effort required to make their votes and comments suitable for the site.

Especially with the very high degree of moderator intervention here as compared to the average SE site (personal experience with the sites I have used), I am of the opinion that the relatively small amount of bad votes due to network standards would not significantly impact on the fact whether bad questions/answers are deleted, since mod deletions do not require the answer or question to be downvoted to begin with.

Unless the network users start posting questions and answers (which would then quickly turn them into experienced users), they would not marginally increase the moderator workload in closing/deleting questions and answers.

On the other hand, they would increase the workload involved in deleting comments, but the numbers involved seem to be relatively small (75 deleted per month, which IMO is worth the time considering that they do in fact produce many useful comments).

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While I agree that you have now shown that the contributions from guest users are (statistically) significantly less useful than the contributions from experienced users, in my opinion you have not yet justified how they are not worth the time and moderation effort required to make their votes and comments suitable for the site.

Especially with the very high degree of moderator intervention here as compared to the average SE site (personal experience with the sites I have used), I am of the opinion that the relatively small amount of bad votes due to network standards would not significantly impact on the fact whether bad questions/answers are deleted, since mod deletions do not require the answer or question to be downvoted to begin with.

Unless the network users start posting questions and answers (which would then quickly turn them into experienced users), they would not marginally increase the moderator workload in closing/deleting questions and answers.