There’s something that bugs me on the dashboard: how score percentages work.
Percentages are fine I think as they clearly show how bad scores are, or not.
However, I bet any regular user not too aware of Nodes internal workings would expect the node to get disqualified/suspended when a score reaches 0%, not the arbitrary number “60%”.
Which could make them think that a current score of 65% is not too bad, where it is in fact a pretty low score showing a serious and urgent issue!
Wouldn’t it be clearer to display scores between 0 and 100 instead of 60~100?
Internally the score could still be a number between 0 and 1, disqualifying/suspending nodes when it goes below 0.6, but maybe the percentage displayed on the dashboard could map 0.6 to 0% and 1 to 100%?
EDIT: I think @kevink’s idea of reversing the way of counting percentages is actually pretty good, let me quote them:
EDIT2: Related thread where the idea has been already suggested, with the addition of renaming labels to make more sense:
What do you guys think?