ahh, the joys of clicking on stuff that looks clickable, lol. I figured out there was a ranking sort, it's useful XP
Whatever I didn't rate were short specials, or too old for me to remember how much I enjoyed watching them and can't be assed to go back and rewatch them for a more accurate number.
I rated pretty much everything I aired but I didn't particularly care about accuracy soooo
I think I just arbitrarily and intuitively put out numbers, really, with a tiny bit of thought behind them. I had a lot to fill in, so maybe that was part of it; the other parts are like "who's going to see this?" and "who's going to care?" lol
Wouldn't it have been easier to just do a ranking sort?
Anyways, here's my basic standpoint:
10 - Excellent and a masterpiece in my mind. This is reserved typically for 1-2 of any medium for me. For example, I know no film that I would give a 10/10 and there is probably only 1 game I could give that to.
9 - Extremely solid, probably one of my personal favourites
8 - Great, quite enjoyable, but there are certainly strong reasons I might not have enjoyed it all.
7 - Good but has notable flaws
6 - Reasonable but certainly not for everyone (and I'm one of those people probably).
5 - Average
1-4 - Varying levels of below average to terrible. I tend to not use these as much as I prefer to keep to anime that I like. Time adjusted many of my scores to the lower values as my tastes have changed.
That's a fair scale and honestly if I took this a bit more seriously I'd probably go with it, but at the same time you could consider that at least where I'm from, "average" is usually 7-7.5/10, not 5. Well, I guess a 50/100 is a suitable average for exam scores, but that aside... yeaaah, 5 as an average could be considered low.
And I also probably wouldn't time-adjust stuff, I mean DBZ and One Piece are... honestly not that great but I am not going to dock points off for it now, when I watched the bulk of the shows I enjoyed them so to me that's what matters. But yeah that's just my personal preference/way about going things, I'm just saying for discussion/reflection haha. I think your way of doing things is totally fine, what's most important is that you know the value of the numbers and that it's consistent throughout, I think, and that people aren't quick to judge more than a "you liked this" or "you didn't like this" based off something as small as a number lol. I mean I bash the One Piece anime a lot but I still gave it a 9/10, so clearly my opinions and experiences are not so simple/straightforward that a score can accurately sum them up. (And for me that 9/10 just means I enjoyed watching it quite a bit back in the day, it's not "extremely solid" like the score would be in your standpoint.)