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Today it finally happened. I finally have posted more than David Singleton.
For many years David Singleton was the number one poster on Dynamics User Group. I was merely number 2. Then two-three years ago "Adam Roue" took the "lead" and now he has more than 2000 posts more than both David and me.
In the above image you can see that David and I now have the same number of post.
When this has been said, then of course posting here on Dynamics Users is not a competition - and the number of posts doesn't really show anything. What "counts" really are the number of "Verified Posts" - posts where the poster (or moderators) have marked your post as "the solution". This calculates a number of "community points" together with all your other posts and activities here on DUG.
Have a great day, Erik
Erik P. ErnstWhat "counts" really are the number of "Verified Posts" - posts where the poster (or moderators) have marked your post as "the solution". This calculates a number of "community points" together with all your other posts and activities here on DUG.
So what you actually are saying, having more than twice as much point as David, is that ... [to filled in by Erik]
Luc van Vugt, fluxxus.nl Never stop learning
In reply to Luc van Vugt:
I'm saying be happy, have fun, number of posts doesn't really matter. But mostly I'm saying
Oh yes I do have more than twice as many points, but it's not really fair to compare points with me. For every "friend" you have here, you also get points, and every new member is automatically "befriended" with the admin account (me). Just as it used to be on MySpace - everybody was friends with Tom Anderson (co-founder of MySpace). And David was one of the first members, and one of the few who are still active - so really the only one who it is fair to compare to.
In reply to Erik P. Ernst:
PS: Post made here in the "Breakspace" forum doesn't add to your number of posts ...
I need to get a life
Steve Weaver | Dynamics AX Solution Architect - UK
This forum post is my own opinion.
In reply to AdamRoue:
LOL, yes so do I, but after 17 years, then DUG is part of my life. And you have almost been here just as long!
All the Best Erik & David