I have almost finished working on the reporting of offensive content in Community Content.
Here’s how the dialog box looks like:
The key part is that you must select a reason why you are reporting the content as offensive by ticking a checkbox. Only one checkbox can be ticked. If the content has more issues, the one that is the most blatant and most readily seen should be ticked.
When I am finished with this, there will be the most exciting thing left to do: calculation of content rank based on number of downloads and ratings submitted by players (i.e. you!). I am not sure how to do it yet. The content listed to all players will be sorted by rank, so the value is of paramount importance. The thing at the top of the list will get a ton of downloads.
For the mathematically minded out there, if you have a great idea on how the rank should be calculated, please let me know (comments or email). Rank is a single number and must be calculated from the following data: number of downloads (d) and number of different star ratings (s1, s2, s3, s4, s5). For example:
rank = d * (1 * s1 + 2 * s2 + 3 * s3 + 4 * s4 + 5 * s5) / (s1 + s2 + s3 + s4 + s5)
(this calculates rank as number of downloads multiplied by average star rating)
If you hate maths, or just want something to watch, there’s always the latest Let’s Play from daverave40.