We are very conscious of both how these things can slip through the cracks and also how life and mental health can lead to behaviors people online might perceive as hurtful. So, we're aiming to have the positive remarks more prominent and the warnings available no matter what, but verified on a case-by-case basis. We don't like how rating systems in the internet have become a free for all when a person simply doesn't like something and leaves an awful review and when someone has been seriously harmed and leaves a negative review. Those two should hold separate weights we think. So thats the reasoning behind not having something like a '5 star rating' system. And why we plan to dedicate our attention to verifying when bad behaviors are hurting writers.