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2012-02-13 10:47 pm (UTC)
I have no interest in this personally (I don't even know how many icons I'm allowed; so long as it's higher than 0, I'm happy) but this seems like a sensible system. My biggest concern would be what would happen with compromised accounts.
For instance, user x has 20 extra icon slots. They also have an email address on hotmail that expired two years ago and a password of blink182. User y says "yoink" and takes their account, then transfers the icon slots over to their own account.
This isn't too hard to deal with (solution: baninate user y, give user x the icon slots back) but it's worth considering to make sure you have the robust admin back-end that will make doing so easy.
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