The point of what Highfells was doing is that the quizzes did not have a ranking, so they did not drop out of anything. Until it has been rated 20 times, the quiz is listed as 'new' and has no ranking. Giving it the ratings needed to give it a ranking would be seen by most authors as a good thing, not something to report as spam. It's been a while since I had a quiz wait for months to get 20 ratings, but one of my quizzes did wait for nearly a year, and I mourned its lack of plays every week. It was great to see the numbers creep up until it got a ranking, and I would actually have been happier with some average or poor ratings just to get the poor thing off the new list. When I see that a player has played a number of my quizzes in a short time, I generally think it means they have enjoyed them, and want more, not that they are trying to sabotage me in some way. And when a quiz makes it to 20 ratings, I rejoice, no matter what the ratings might be. (I'd love them all to be excellent, of course. :D)
(Editor, Humanities, Literature and Books For Children)
That's all, folks!