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Discussion in 'Web Site Features/Products' started by jamona2311, Sep 22, 2011.
It's a heinous practice. Quit it.
It is a long slow process moving up through the ranks. Good luck!
Just to bring this to the end!!!
That's one of the reasons I think it would be good to have a statistic of either characters per post or total characters/words/pages/volumes/libraries written. Some of my posts go on and on...so I'm not too worried about posting just to increase the post count, so long as it's not straight up spamming.
If you say so... +1
Post counts don't matter, it's how much you can make us laugh when you back your rig up!
^^^^ Or by the number of nights camped!!!
I always wandered about everybody's rank and what they mean. What about Wagon Master? What do you have to do to get that title? i feel like there should be a better way to rank us. Like me for instance we go camping at least once a month. And I know a lot about campers.
Wagon Master is a title given to those who head a rally. You can have a very low post count and get that title. There are also ranks for people who are "site supporters", those who give money to the site for the site operations. I don't know the exact details of those "ranks", but you'll see them from time to time.
The ranks are more useful to tell if someone is likely to respond. Usually someone with under 100 posts isn't as likely to respond to a post as someone who has over 500 posts. It's really a participation factor more than a ranking of skill, knowledge, or helpfulness.
It's just a gauge of how many posts someone makes. Some people just far more than they post. Then there's the confusion when the actual number of posts someone has made drops - it happens when old, inactive threads are cleaned up every now and again.
Just enjoy the Portal and don't worry about "rank".
That is what I thought The Music Game forum was for