/u/spez is very positive!

View Results
16,289 of 57,031Ranking
11Overall Score
12Positive Score
5Negative Score
82Neutral Score

Most Positive Sentences

Score Sentence
0.8934 There are a variety of reasons: to make better recommendations; to improve popularity algorithms; to know what is actually popular on Reddit.
0.8176 We believe you should be free to express all the different facets of yourself on Reddit, and sometimes an alt is the best way to do that.
0.7959 We only needed so many communities for testing, but thank you for volunteering. u/powerlanguage, u/Eabryt just wants to help!
0.743 Yes, we will continue to allow third party apps.
0.7003 Last week I had the right combination of incentive and free time to get it done.
0.6808 I'm the Safety Officer where I work and I used this clip at the end of the annual Safety Training PowerPoint presentation to really drive it home.
0.6808 You're responsible for a lot of fun times.
0.6705 Believe it or not, some advertisers actually take time to embrace Reddit and get rewarded for it.
0.6486 A lot of this is still in the air, but the general idea is somewhere in between the current frontpage, which is set by us, and r/all, which is pretty much everything.
0.6372 TIL. The other part of my comment still stands: you weren't dumb enough to do something like this.
0.6369 The short-term goal is to find communities that reflect the best of Reddit and include them in some onboarding experiments we are running.

Most Negative Sentences

Score Sentence
-0.8834 It's the engineering team that focuses spam, abuse, and cheating.
-0.743 The changes we made to r/all earlier this summer would have mitigated some of the harassment, and I regret we didn't make those changes years ago.
-0.7096 I messed with the fuck u/spez comments, replacing "spez" with r/the_donald mods for about an hour.
-0.6249 Even though we've reduced spam by about 90% the last couple of quarters, it's still an ongoing battle.
-0.5849 The other stuff I used made my armpits burn hella bad.
-0.575 We don't want to include people against their will or cause harm to communities.
-0.5574 If they really start overstepping their bounds, we ban them.
-0.4767 If it does not, r/the_donald is trending in the wrong direction.
-0.4404 Boxer briefs when I was tired of wedgies.
-0.4215 when we removed all stickies from r/all and broke sports communities). Going forward, we'll just take away their toys specifically and move on.
-0.4019 I worked on Hipmunk for the next five years, learning many important lessons and unlearned many bad habits I had developed at Reddit.
-0.34 Unfortunately, that usually causes civilian casualties (e.g.