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TR Community scoreboard for August 19, 2011

By Sonja Thompson Staff ·
Here are the TR community stats for the past week:

TR members with the most total posts on the forums
YetAnotherBob - 56
vulpine - 52
AnsuGisalas - 48
OH Smeg - 41
Hal 9000 - 35

TR members with the most Votes Up in the Discussions forum
Spitfire_Sysop - 54
Tony Hopkinson - 37
Palmetto - 36
Hal 9000 - 35
seanferd - 32

TR members with the most Votes Up in the Q&A forum
robo_dev - 5
OH Smeg - 4
markp24, willcomp, and Brian Grimm - 3
Peconet Tietokoneet, dldorrance, and Michael - 2

Top spam busters
NickNielsen - 22
Palmetto - 5
seanferd - 4
OH Smeg and Hal 9000 - 2

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TR has subject their Dating to the

by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to That's because

Time Tunnel.

Now we can read posts before we posted them.

Or better still I can read posts that where made long before PC or the Internet was widely used. It scares the begebers out of me to see this as I just know that there must have been massive Security Holes in those Main Frames I was in charge of way back then and I didn't know about the Internet then. :0

Just how slack was I?


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Harassment in the name of love

by Sonja Thompson Staff In reply to That's because

I guess I can deal with that, especially coming from you, seanferd.

And I don't think I'm supposed to laugh about the weird stuff going on in the forums, but I really can't help myself. By the way, 1969 was a good year.

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Well Soni

by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to Harassment in the name of ...

What else could we possibly do?

After all when the Outlawed Staking it cut down our options so much.


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Tell me about it

by NickNielsen In reply to That's because

I used to search my subscribed discussions by date to find the new posts. Now I can't even do that.

Every time I find a reasonably efficient way to keep up with what's going on, they change it. It's almost as if (stop me if this has been said before) the community doesn't matter any more.

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