We do not track who uses the Karma. Its recorded in the database, but we have not bothered to dig it out, so its anonymous.
I was going to start a new thread about my question, but i'll post it here instead.
Currently, I don't think there's any way for me to view what posts of mine have been given 'karma' ratings.
Frankly, I don't want to know who
applauds me, or who smites (that kind of information is just going to lead to flame wars and retaliation).
But, I would very much like to know for what
I am getting applauded or smited.
The whole idea of the system is that people who always say negative things can be identified, and those who try to be useful can also be applauded. But I make a lot of posts (i'm in the top-10, or nearly, i think). So how am I to know which of my comments are seen as useful or not?
eg, this morning I was +15/-7, I posted maybe 5-10 times, now i'm +16/-9. Which post did someone like, which did 2 people not like?
Whether this can be implemented is probably dependant on the Forum Software used, but it's certainly a feature I'm sure others wouldn't mind seeing either...