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TR Community scoreboard for Feb. 11, 2011 - Avoid tech debt

In this weekly recap, you'll get a quick look at the top discussions and members on the TechRepublic forums.

No one wants to get buried in technical debt, which is why Chip Camden's post about how to avoid it generated the hottest discussion of the week. Find out what other posts and TechRepublic members were the most active on the boards.

Top 5 discussion threads:

  1. Avoid getting buried in technical debt (Chip Camden)
  2. Lessons from Egypt: Kill the kill switch and decentralize the Internet (Jason Hiner)
  3. 10 Windows annoyances (that Linux doesn't have) (Jack Wallen)
  4. Fear of liability is putting a stranglehold on common sense (Toni Bowers)
  5. What the experts think about the viability of an Internet kill switch (Michael Kassner)
TR members with the most total posts on the forums

  1. AnsuGisalas (178 posts)
  2. seanferd (109 posts)
  3. NickNielsen (73 posts)
  4. Tigger_Two (69 posts)
  5. Michael Jay (53 posts)
TR members with the most Votes Up in the Discussions forum

  1. AnsuGisalas (75)
  2. Tigger_Two (61)
  3. apotheon (57)
  4. Maxwell Edison (56)
  5. Jason Hiner (43)
TR members with the most Votes Up in the Q&A forum

  1. robo_dev and OH Smeg (5)
  2. CG IT (3)
  3. Dippncope, markp24, and SinisterSlay (2)
Top spam busters

  1. AnsuGisalas (9)
  2. seanferd (8)
  3. Justin James (3)
  4. Hal 9000 (2)
  5. NickNielsen, Dom Doe, SSandersTX, hegmonia, and PurpleSkys (1)

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