As a newer player (about 6 mos) on Fibs, and I want to say first and foremnost that I LOVE RepBot!! I know it has its shortcoming, but I have played at several other on-line sites over the years. By always checking on a opponent's reputation before playing I have encountered FAR fewer problems with stallers, abusive players, and droppers at Fibs than I ran into in any other site. So, Fibs is where I am going to stay.
That said, I have a suggestion....
Rather than post a player's raw Reputation I would prefer to see a player's Reputation adjusted by that player's experience. For example, as I sit here I have been able to find two players with roughly equal Reputations: alohaman, with a Good reputation of 52,752, and KaKa, with a Good reputation of 58,120. However, alohaman has achieved his reputation after playing just 1,016 games, while KaKa has played 17,955 games. To me, then, while KaKa has the 'better' reputation, it seems that alohman would be, for lack of a better expression, the 'nicer' player.
I have looked at roughly a dozen 'random' GOOD players and divided their Reputation by their experience. The results run between 0 (obviously) and about 50 or 60. With the two players I have just picked, to continue the example, alohaman would have an experence-adjusted Reputation of 52, and KaKa an experience-adjusted Reputation of 3! (For what it is worth, my own experience-adjusted Reputation - perhaps call it a Reputation Index?? - is very high, at 88. I have not found another player with a Reputation Index above 60.)
Anyway, I do not know what a Reputation Index of 10 vs. 20 vs. 30 'means'. However, should Fibs start publishing these numbers I imagine all players would quickly form their own judgments about given levels.