Originally Posted by EpikMagikarp
There have been numerous cases that I got correct with only a majority or where my punish resulted in a pardon from others and vice-versa. The guideline I tend to follow and find most reliable is "Don't be a jerk". The Tribunal isn't a contest on who's most accurate or how you think others would vote, it's a place to decide whether or not YOU would want to play LoL with this person based on YOUR opinion.
I agree with you completely and as Derpshot has pointed out, that is sort of my point.
The % accuracy and Justice rating as the only feedback works specifically against this.
Let me give you an example.
Derpshot feels a lot more raging should be considered completely okay. He has a much higher pardon rate (let's say 60%). His accuracy will be horrible. His justice rating would be horrible. By the notion of those in this thread, he'd be considered a bad tribunal user. Likely by the tribunal algorithm, he'd be considered a bad tribunal user. I would not consider him a bad tribunal user.
At worst, he's better than a person who spams punish (who would end up with a higher accuracy than him). And that is not reflected in ANY WAY in the current Justice Review.
Now, all that being said.
1) I think a Justice Review is important to have.
2) I think the current % correct and Rating are likely the incorrect way to do what they want to accomplish.
3) I have no clue what a better metric would be.
4) I think as it is right now, it is better than not having it. - This one would be the one that Derp and I would disagree on.