The seeding is confusing me. It is making it hard for me to keep track of how good people are so I know how I can trust their answers.
I've started using something on my own, and I've seen Katie Banks adopt it partially in a question.
If a question begins with "In my
_____ class today", or "I just came back from a
_____ lecture, and", you can assume that it is seeded.
This isn't a huge issue because soon, we will have public beta. But until then, if anyone plans on seeding a question, it might be wise to adopt a universal prefix where anyone can tell immediately if it's a seeded question.
It's also minimally disruptive to the reading of the question itself, and if someone isn't following things too closely, it won't "distract" them and have them answer the question any differently than if it was not seeded.
To help prevent false positives, I recommend the class mentioned to be oddly specific.
i.e., instead of "In my chemistry class today,", perhaps, "In my Practical Balancing Chemical Equations course today..."