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How do the post count rankings break down?
0-150 = Just Joined
151-300 = Linux Newbie
Coffee lounge posts used to count, that was before my time though.
Post count doesn't really mean anything SkittleLinux, in fact we've discussed removing it many times. For that reason alone I wouldn't worry about it
Posting more doesn't make you more or less experienced and it doesn't count for much at all. In fact we used to have penguins beside our name for the rating you had, but that just encouraged non-productive posting.
Oh I totally agree with you! I really wasn't bothered by it at all. Any jokes I have made about it in the past were just to be funny. I was just curious because I would like to get rid of the Just Joined. Only because I think that reflects a site seniority, and I definitely did not just join. But even that isn't a big deal because the "Member Since" is listed right below and my signature has the date I started using Linux.
So right on, I totally agree!!
couldnt there be a rating system where you "thank" the other person for helping you, and their thank count goes up.so you know whos helped out alot.Microsoft isn't evil, they just make really crappy operating systems.
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I kind of remember something where that was tried a while back. Seemed to me like it wasn't used too incredibly much.
more rep you have the more you agreement or disagreement affects the rep
of the person you are agreeing or not with.
Unfortunately, it tends to get used as a toy. Preventing the use in the lounge
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