How to fill the feedback form
Accept perfecting without argument.
Give only positive comments: what you like and what it would take to “give it a 10.”
Abstain from mentioning what you don’t like or being negative in other ways.
Withhold points only if you can think of improvements.
Use ratings that reflect a scale of improvement rather than a scale of how much you liked the object.
If you cannot say something you liked about the object or specifically say how to make the object better, you must give it a 10
A rating of 10 means you are unable to add value, and a rating of 5 means you will specifically describe how to make the object at least twice as good
The important information to transmit in the Perfection Game protocol improves the performance or object. For example, “The ideal sound of a finger snap for me is one that is crisp, has sufficient volume, and startles me somewhat. To get a 10, you would have to increase your crispness.”
Based on the “Perfection Game”